Turning the Elephant in a Bathtub - If you think you have to embrace the trend of participative leadership in order to be effective, think again. It isn't necessary that all managers adopt the management-style-of-the-month. Furthermore, some businesses are poorly served by democratic styles. The management that's best will depend on your personality as well as the organization's traits
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