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Which of these 3 management styles will you embrace next year?

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The upcoming year is a perfect time to consider the type of manager you were over the course of this year, so you can determine if it worked—and if it’s worth continuing in the future.

Here’s a look at three common management styles, and the pros, cons and critical considerations that come along with each.

Participatory management

Do you agree with this statement? A happy employee is empowered to run with projects from kick off through completion.

If you do, you probably embrace a participatory management style. There are varying degrees of participatory management, and there’s a fine line between a participatory manager, and one who is disengaged.

True participatory management requires that you invest time into having intentional, ongoing dialogue with those you lead, the ability to clearly communicate specific details and requirements, and to check in with their progress proactively. Done well, however, ...(register to read more)

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