Some models for effective leadership that can be adapted to multiple situations include the situational and servant leadership model. Other models that have been used successfully over the years are the Blake and Mouton’s Leadership Grid and the Emotional Intelligence model.
Some common traits of leadership models involve caring for people under leadership and remaining adaptable to new situations. For example, the Situational Leadership model instructs employers to change their leadership practices based on the skills, maturity levels and needs of employees. The Leadership Grid is a model in which leaders balance their needs with the needs of their employees.