What's Your LEADERSHIP STYLE? (Interview Question + ANSWER!)

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What's Your LEADERSHIP STYLE is a common leadership and management interview answer! In this training video, Richard will cover the following:
1. A list of the different leadership styles;
2. The types of leader most employers prefer to have in their business.
3. Top-scoring ANSWER to the interview question: What’s Your Leadership Style?
4. Further videos to help you SUCCEED!
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5 DIFFERENT STYLES OF LEADERSHIP
#1. Authoritative Style
Authoritative leaders are usually confident, defining individuals who want people to follow them. "This is what we are doing!”

#2. Democratic Style
Democratic leaders are likely to ask you want you think about a specific situation or direction they want to take the team in.

#3. Transformational Style
Transformational leaders continually embrace change and they believe ‘development’ will allow them and their team to achieve their objectives.
Transformational leaders will lean towards the future.

#4. Coaching Style
Coaching leaders identify talent within their teams and they then nurture it to achieve its full potential. This then enables the team to grow, develop and succeed.

#5. Laissez-Faire Style
Laissez-Faire Style leaders tend to put their trust in their team and they usually leave them to get on with their jobs, only getting involved when the need arises.

WHICH STYLE OF LEADERSHIP DO EMPLOYERS PREFER?
Transformational Leaders are more suited to businesses in the modern, 21st century, simply because the PACE OF CHANGE is so rapid!

Q. What’s your LEADERSHIP STYLE? (Interview Question)
“I am a visionary-led, transformational leader who always concentrates on helping my team be the best they possibly can be whilst embracing the ever-changing needs of the customer.”

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Watch Richard's Leadership Interview Questions and Answers video here:
https://youtu.be/W2i4Xu08B3k
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