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Category: Leadership Style

LEADER VS MANAGER

Reading Time: 3 minutes In reality, the discussion about manager and leader or management or leadership skills requires long and deep analysis and everyone has a different perspective. In

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360-DEGREE LEADERSHIP STYLE

Reading Time: 2 minutes About 360-Degree leadership style 360-degree leadership style is a unique approach to leadership that focuses on gathering feedback from all directions. This style is characterized

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SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE

Reading Time: 3 minutes About Situational Leadership Style Situational leadership is a leadership style that involves adapting your approach to fit the specific needs of your team and the

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PATERNALISTIC LEADERSHIP STYLE

Reading Time: 4 minutes About Paternalistic Leadership Style Paternalistic leadership is leadership style is a leadership style that emphasizes a leader’s role as a parent, such as a father

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LAISSEZ-FAIRE LEADERSHIP STYLE

Reading Time: 7 minutes Laissez-faire leadership style explained. Laissez-faire leadership is a style of leadership in which team members are allowed freedom and independence to make their own decisions

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Reading Time: 2 minutes School exhibitions are like windows into students’ creativity and hard work. They provide a stage where kids can proudly display their projects, while parents eagerly soak in every detail. These events are more than just displays; they’re about hands-on learning, boosting confidence, and fostering a strong connection between home and school. However, it’s important to remember that not all students have the same resources, and sometimes the pressure to excel can overshadow the joy of learning. Balancing these factors is key to ensuring that school exhibitions remain enriching experiences for all involved.

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