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Chapter 9: Coaching and Mentoring-Oriented Leadership and Directive, Telling-What-to-Do Leadership

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Coaching and Mentoring-Oriented Leadership and Directive, Telling-What-to-Do Leadership
Coaching and mentoring-oriented leadership and directive, telling-what-to-do leadership

Mentoring can be seen as the process of coaching and supporting others, and can be especially valuable in developing leaders in an organization prepared to invest the necessary time and effort to make it work. A hands-off style of leadership with a strong developmental base, mentoring requires a mutual buy-in to achieve shared goals: processes that encourage distributed leadership in an organization. Distributed leadership (see the Introduction) avoids the singular leader concept in favour of recognizing the complex, dynamic relationship between bosses and subordinates, and recognizes the ...

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