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Free-rein Leadership Style

Free-rein leadership, also called Laissez-Faire, is a type of leadership style in which leaders are hands-off and allow group members to make the decisions. Mangers set objectives and employees are free to do whatever is appropriate to accomplish those objectives. The traits managers need in such organization includes warmth, friendliness, and understanding.  Free-rein is often the most successful style concerning organization is which managers supervise doctors, engineers, professors and other professionals.
 

Leadership Styles

                                                                Figure: Leadership Styles [1]

Some of the primary characteristics of Free-rein leadership include: [2]

 

The downside of Free-rein leadership includes: [2]

 

Other types of leadership styles:

 

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AcqLinks and References:
- [1] Nickels and McHugh, “Understanding Business” McGraw-Hill Irwin 2010
- [2] Website: About.com - Laissez-Faire
- Team Development Stages


 

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