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Helping a Manager Understand His or Her Leadership Style Options By Professor David Clutterbuck

How a manager behaves in any specific situation depends on many factors, including how much preparation time they have, but the two most significant factors are their general style preference and the range of options they have within their preference. The role of a coach or mentor is to help them become more aware of their preferences and options, so that they can widen the range of responses and select those most appropriate and effective for each situation.

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