From an early age a person knows what iscontrol. First, we come across the management of, for example, a children's bicycle, then a car, then with equipment management and so on, incrementally. It occurs in all areas of human activity.
Management styles in management are a way (ortheir combination) of the manager's interaction with his subordinates. Relations with staff directly affect the efficiency and productivity of the entire company.
Directive style is defined as dominant. The head tends to be aware of all that is happening and demands to report it to him exactly. With such management, all decisions are made solely by the head. There are no relations with the collective completely, and management methods are orders, reprimands, remarks, deprivation of bonuses. The directive style completely deprives the personnel of the initiative, which affects its morale and morale. As a rule, in companies with such a manager a large staff turnover, the work is carried out on the principle of "irreplaceable no."
It would seem that the considered styles of leadership inmanagement are different, and more practical of them is democratic. Maybe this is so, the directive is more suitable for people who have a small staff of workers under their supervision. Liberal style can be found in creative workshops or studios. Creative people are more independent and do not require constant monitoring.
Therefore, one can not say that one stylebad, and the other - good. Everything depends on the specific situation, on the type of company's activity, on the personal qualities of the leader, on the basis of which the leadership styles are formed. Management does not imply a specific management style for a particular company and is not limited to them. Often there is a combination of all three styles, which in itself is an effective solution in a particular situation.