Participative Leadership Style
Participative leadership is a style of leadership in which the leader involves team members in the decision-making process and encourages them to contribute their ideas and opinions (Den Hartog & Thierry, 2019). This approach is also known as democratic leadership (Klaas & Thierry, 2020). Participative leadership has been found to be effective in a number of settings, including healthcare (Zhang, 2020) and education (Bryant & Zaccaro, 2021). One of the key benefits of this style is that it empowers team members and allows them to take ownership of their work (Den Hartog & Thierry, 2019). This can lead to increased motivation and job satisfaction (Zhang, 2020). However, participative leadership is not always the best approach. It may not be effective in situations where there is a need for rapid decision-making (Klaas & Thierry, 2020). Additionally, it may be less effective when team members do not have the necessary skills or knowledge to contribute to the decision-making process (Bryant & Zaccaro, 2021). Cont…
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