The term “leadership styles” is often used interchangeably with “leadership models”. However, for me, leadership styles are different from leadership models. I see “leadership styles” as referring to descriptions of the ways in which real-life leaders behave… whereas leadership models are ideas about how to be effective in action as a leader.
So what are the main leadership styles? Into the category of leadership styles, I’d put: Continue reading →
There are several well-known leadership styles, but narcissistic leadership is one that only came to public attention from 2000 onwards following a flurry of articles and books by Michael Maccoby, Kets de Vries and others.