Leadership Vs. Situational Leadership: Strengthes And Differences

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(Peter, 2006, pp. 3) defined that leadership is the procedures where the individual influences a number of people to obtain a desired goal. The same author, emphasized that leadership happens in a group of people, where the people are the situation in which the leadership will happen. Moreover, the leadership takes part in influencing the group of people who have a common goal or target. As well, it’s contain the concern & important to achieving the goals and targets. From this point, having different models of leadership is essential, in order to deal with different situations, figure the strengths & weaknesses, and lead the people to achieve their common goal successfully. There are several models of leadership, such as:

Each leadership model, have a unique structure of framework, which describe the ways and procedures how to lead people. As a result, understanding the elements of each model will allow to develop the approaches in order to become an effective leader. From here, I will compare and contrast two models of leadership, which they are:
Situational leadership theory Vs. Complexity leadership theory.
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Paul Hersey. It’s point when the leader of the firm and/or organization have to adapt his/her style to be suitable in the development stage of the people his/her trying to influence within the firm/organization. The situational leadership theory rapidly changes, in order to meet the needs of the firm people. On the other hand, the complexity leadership theory is examine the nature of co-operation & adaptability in different systems within the firm/organization. As well, how the influence different things such as: how to be creative & innovative. There are various skills for each model of leadership, illustrated in following

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