Participative leaders differ from charismatic leaders in that they typically act that of a facilitator rather than a dictator. The three primary characteristics of this type of leader are the consideration of the situation, the ability of the followers and the capability of the leader. This is a very unique type of leadership in that the primary focus is motivating followers via likeminded morals and ideas. This type of leadership is extremely powerful, but it requires an individual with a great deal of compassion, understanding and problem solving ability. MORE ABOUT BRANDONAfter being physically and mentally disabled by a brain tumor, Brandon overcame the odds to regain his health to help his pregnant wife in her fight against stage 3 breast cancer. Here is a good and brief summary over at the Wall Street Journal of six different leadership styles, as summarized by Daniel Goleman (author of Emotional Intelligence and Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence).
These categories by Goleman reminded me of Tim Elmore's Dorothy's Way presentation from the Catalyst Labs last year. Tim used Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz as a metaphor for the many church leadership styles through the different era's and how leadership style differed through that era.
The leadership style of today leads in an age of complexity and doesn't pretend to have all the answers.
Elmore did suggest, just as Goleman, that although a leader will conform to a primary leadership style, there will be times though when the leader will need to move between these many styles depending on the situation and leadership context. GCG  focuses on effective leadership by analyzing two fundamentally diverging styles which have been discussed in a Harvard Business School case study on two of the greatest basketball coaches of all time; Mike Krzyzewski (Coach K) of Duke Univ and Bobby Knight (The General) of most notably, Indiana and Texas Tech. How you lead (leadership style) is influenced by who you are (self-awareness) and the demands of the situation (situational awareness). Expanding your self-awareness, situational awareness, and ability to adapt your leadership style increases your overall range of effectiveness as a leader.


The Global Catalyst Group seeks to gather persons of unique potential into a community dedicated to thought leadership, shared resources, and mutual improvement. We are actively exploring new opportunities to connect and collaborate on projects that add value to our mission. A leader who specializes in charismatic leadership will need to show their concern and interest in the people in order to build a trusting relationship. They will specialize in formulating ideas and sharing information with the ultimate goal of finding a likeminded decision with his followers. It is required that a situational leader will have the ability to adjust to whichever type of limitation that is dealt.
Empowering followers by using their own beliefs as well as personal abilities is a huge part of a transformational leadership. These types of leaders will always strive to take care of the individual needs of their followers before themselves.
Gaille is one of the top business bloggers in the world, and he has founded several multi-million dollar companies. They are learning, reading and synthesizing information in order to lead (that is the Poet part) and they are most interested in growing people under their care (that is the Gardner part).
Both men, however, command great devotion from their players, have similar winning records and are acknowledged as top NCAA coaches.
Through deliberate collaboration, collective mentorship and continuous dialogue we believe that we can support and stretch one another with meaningful insight and thoughtful guidance. There are many different characteristics that make up a great leader; charisma, charm and social skills are all very important tools in leading successfully. These types of leaders are also great at establishing a friendly connection with their followers by listening and showing empathy.


This type of leader will take into consideration the opinions and ideas of the followers below him. The actions carried out by situation leadership will be very dynamic based on the issues they are facing. This is primarily done by motivating followers will rewards and punishments for their actions. A common characteristic of this type of leadership includes not giving out orders, carrying out loud speeches or statements, but inspiring their followers by influencing them to do what’s right. Rather than taking their leadership as a dictator, they will instead act as a servant to their followers. We encourage our membership and partners to exercise, together, their ambition, creativity, and both their professional and social networks to pursue a greater purpose than oneself. Servant leaders will do everything they can to serve their followers instead of forcing their beliefs and rules upon them. Each individual that is in a leadership position has their own ways of influencing crowds and achieving their goals. Let’s talk a bit more about different types of leaderships as well as the men who have made their names through their skill in the subject.



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