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Leadership: no style fits all

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Being dominating and being likeable can both be good qualities in a boss, and often a hybrid is even better.

In an article written for the New York Times, Phyllis Korkki explores the advantages and disadvantages of two key styles of leadership – the dominant leadership style where the boss is in control of everything, and the prestige style where the boss’s main motivation is to be liked or admired.


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Source Article: Bossy vs Buddy: Two Leadership Styles, Each With Its Place
Author(s): Phyllis Korkki
Publisher: The New York Times