Laissez-Faire Leadership Style Summary

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but are seen to be the main source of information and authority of the group. He contended that this style is best if the leaders feel that they are well-trained, very responsible and professional. Further, Marken indicates that this style is used by most global organizations, where within certain limits, individuals are allowed to set their own goals, which most of the time resulted to outstanding performance. In Laissez-Faire or Free-rein Leadership style, the leaders does not lead; instead he leaves the group entirely to itself. Chaudry and Javed (2012) supported the presented idea since in the laissez-faire leadership style, the decision maker provides very little or no guidance at all as they avoid or were absent during the time where…show more content…
Similarly, Sung and Choi as cited in Emery (2015) made mention that laissez-faire style is not ideal in situations where group members lack the knowledge or experience they need to complete the task and make decisions. Considering all these researches, it can be summarized that the overall effect of laissez-faire is detrimental to the organization. Putting together the three leadership styles practiced by administrators, it can be concluded that there is no single leadership style that a successful leader should use. Leadership style is not a one size fits all phenomenon, rather it should be selected and adapted to fit into organizations, situations, groups and individuals. The other leadership characteristic discussed in this study is the leadership…show more content…
According to Luthra,A. & Dahiya , R. (2015), effective and accurate communication act as an important factor to grow as an efficient and successful leader. It is communication which allows them to share what they have and what they expect from others. Good communication skill help to develop better understanding and beliefs among people who inspires them to follow the principals and values which the leader wants them to follow. In the contrary, without good communication skills, the manger or leader fails to achieve the goals set by the organization and make them ineffective leader. To become a great leader, one should be a great communicator with clear set of values and always believe in promoting and inculcating those values in
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