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The research concluded that there is no single "best" style of leadership, and thus led to the creation of the situational leadership theory, which essentially argues that leaders should engage in a healthy dose of both task-oriented and relationship-oriented leadership fit for the situation, and the people being led.

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Relationship-oriented leadership theory describes a leader who is primarily motivated by and concerned with her interactions with people. ... A leadership style that incorporates elements from ...

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This style of leadership encourages effective teamwork and collaboration through enhanced relationships that exist between team members. Understanding the needs and requirements of each individual person is vital for relationship-oriented leadership to be effective. Relationship-oriented leaders are very personable, their door is always open ...

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Task Leadership. The accomplishment of goals and work-group effectiveness are the primary concerns of task-oriented leaders. As a result, this type of leader focuses on task structure, process standards, desired outcomes and meeting deadlines, rather than interpersonal relationships.

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Leadership styles in particular differ from business to business, but two leadership theories remain prominent: task-oriented leadership and relational-oriented leadership, also called ...

leadertoday.org/faq/relational.htm

Leadership is always dependent on the context, but the context is established by the relationships we value. In the book, Exploring Leadership for College Students Who Want to Make a Difference, by Susan R. Komives, and Timothy R. McMahon, the authors map out the concept of relational leadership in more detail.

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Task-oriented and relationship-oriented leadership styles are among the common approaches used by managers. Typically, all leaders have elements of both task and relationship orientations. However, most tend to lean in one direction or another. Generally, a leader who can balance elements of both can have more ...

www.iamwire.com/2017/10/10-leadership-styles-with-examples/167818

Leadership style can be defined as the technique and approach of providing direction, implementing plans, and method of motivating people. It is an acquired attribute that begins in early childhood and may evolve over time. An effective leader is not just aware that there are different leadership ...

www.verywellmind.com/leadership-styles-2795312

The transactional leadership style views the leader-follower relationship as a transaction. By accepting a position as a member of the group, the individual has agreed to obey the leader. In most situations, this involves the employer-employee relationship, and the transaction focuses on the follower completing required tasks in exchange for ...

www.inc.com/kathy-rapp/leadership-strategies-relationship...

The leaders with the strongest teams are also the ones who aren't afraid to show they care. Here are three relationship-based leadership tactics that drive productivity and innovation.