Leaders motivate, give intellectual simulation, and encourage others to be creative. By following these styles of leadership, leaders increase the level of employee satisfaction, morale and higher productivity. Google’s C.E.O and co-founder(s) Larry Page and Sergey Brin is known for its transformational leadership style. When the executives brought in a third C.E.O. Eric Schmidt it was quoted in an article that the three “ran the company as a triumvirate because they believe that the “shared judgments and extra energy available from all three of us has significantly benefited Google (Google Inc. 2004)” (Morrow 2009). The democratic transformational leaders make the final decisions, but they include team members in the decision-making process. They encourage creativity, and people are often highly engaged in projects and decisions. As a result, team members tend to have high job satisfaction and high productivity. This is not always an effective style to use, though, when you need to make a quick decision.
Google leaders encourage their group members to be more innovative and creative by letting members communicate in a less stressful environment. Google Inc. has received a lot of attention for its different approach in creating its unique