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Authoritarian Leadership and Participative Leadership
Authoritarian leadership and participative leadership

These extremes have long been the subject of debate: should a leader ask others to participate in decision-making, or should he or she simply exert authority and take control? How much should a leader exert power and authority to get things done, and how much should a leader involve others and seek their participation in the running of the organization? Similarly, how much should a leader remain detached from the group that he or she leads, and how much should a leader be directly involved in their activities? Debates around these questions have considered the ...

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