Leadership Styles Narrative Essay by hicaliber

Leadership Styles
A narrative essay comparing the benefits of servant leadership with situational leadership.
# 93548 | 3,145 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 21, 2007 in Business (Management) , Psychology (General)

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This paper discusses and compares servant leadership and situational leadership. It shows personal reflections on these particular leadership styles, how they are being used now by the author and how the author plans to use them in the workforce once he is employed. The author gives his personal view on types of leadership styles and which are most effective.

Table of Contents:
Discussion of Servant Leadership
Discussion of Situational Leadership
Personal Reflection on Leadership Styles

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Benson, F. (1994). One right way doesn't work with leadership either. Journal of Quality and Participation.
  • Blank, W., Weitzel, J., & Green, S. (1990). Situational leadership theory. Personnel Psychology.
  • Diaz, C.F. (1996, March 1). Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education. (book reviews). The Social Studies.
  • Lewis, B. (1999, August 16). Opinions: IS Survival Guide. InfoWorld.
  • Rice, J.B. (1993, July 15). Transactional and transformational leadership: an analysis of male and female leadership styles in Delaware public schools. The Center for Education, Widener University.

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