Rensis Likert’s Leadership Styles Model PowerPoint Template Diagrams For Presentations
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What Is the Likert Management System (Leadership Styles)?
In the 1960s, Psychologist Rensis Likert and his colleagues of the University of Michigan, USA, identified four systems of management (four main styles of leadership) after studying the patterns and styles of managers in many organizations. These four systems show how managers (Leaders) and subordinates (Employees) interact with each other in an organization. They are based on certain organizational variables like leadership, motivation, communication, interaction and influence, decision-making process, goal setting, and control process.
The four systems are:
- Exploitive Authoritative
- Benevolent Authoritative
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- What Is the Likert Management System (Leadership Styles)?
- Likert’s Leadership Styles
- System 1: Exploitative-Authoritative
- System 2: Benevolent-Authoritative
- System 3: Consultative
- System 4: Participative
- Rensis Likert – The Four Systems of Management
- Key Concepts of Likert’s Management Systems