Leadership Styles In Situational Management

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Leadership Styles
The Generation X staff in the hotel have been observed earlier, and their behaviors and characters had already been mentioned in some reports and some explained by the organizations ' manager. As seen in the previous paragraphs, the members were productive but their behaviors and work culture as well as notions required re-invention (Iden, 2016). The organization was in a situation where training and supervision were required to help them improve their old skills and behaviors by acknowledging new technology adopted by the company. As the primary supervisor, the issue needed the employment of different leadership styles at the various stages as discussed in this section.
Situational leadership was highly needed as the key issue was dealing with the problems encountered in a multigenerational management (Eberlin, 2008). According to Eberlin and Tatum, situational leadership is best applied in contexts where ongoing procedures require refinement. Similarly, the organization was in a situation where Generation X perception in the workplace did not concur with the operation strategies that the management required to adopt to revolutionize their operation as well as bring all employees
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Both respondents indicated that they had been in a similar situation earlier but they were able to employ different strategies to come up with the solution. This increased the confidence of the trainer and also created an optimistic approach to the solution. Additionally, the authors cautioned that strategies used in the approach required a close attention as some could be counterproductive or rather end up increasing the problem rather than creating a

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