Leadership Styles Leadership Styles Learning Objectives Describe the Authoritarian Leadership Style Describe the Participative Leadership Style Describe the Delegative Leadership Style Identify each of the Leadership Styles Key Words Authoritarian Constraints Delegative Demean Participative Spectrum Authoritarian Leadership Style Subordinates are told what to do, how to do it Senior does not consult with others Usually used when there are constraints on time or resources Senior must take care not to demean subordinates! Delegative Leadership Style Used when assigning a task to a specific individual Decision making authority is granted to the subordinate Responsibility for the outcome still rests with the leader who assigned the project Example – The head football coach who lets his quarterback call the plays Participative Leadership Style Leader uses the advice and ideas of others Allows leader to see wider spectrum of ideas Allows the leader to see a wider spectrum of idea Used when time is plentiful Participative Leadership is best for overall morale of the unit ? Leadership Principles Learning Objectives Describe and Provide an example of each of the eleven leadership principles Explain how the eleven leadership principles apply to your role in MCJROTC Describe how the leadership principles actually help you become a better leader Key Words Concise Convey Grievance Immediate Potential Proficient Supervise Tactical Technical Know yourself and seek self improvement Be technically and tactically proficient Know your subordinates and look out for their welfare Keep your subordinates informed Set the example Ensure the task is understood, supervised, and accomplished Train your subordinates as a team. Make sound and timely decisions. Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates. Employ your command in accordance with it’s capabilities. Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions.