One of the leadership approaches that was mostly known among the academia and organisations the Situational Leadership model, proposed in the mid-1970s by Kenneth Blanchard and Paul Hersey, both from of Ohio University. The authors developed this approach inspired on William J. Reddin (1976) 3-D leadership model, among other sources.
The situational approach is based on premises such as:
· people can and want to grow in the organization and that there is no unique style of leadership to encourage that growth;
· each situation demands a different kind of leadership;
· the skills and motivations of people in the…
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