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  1. Leadership

    et al, 2011). However, firstly, this essay will look at the difference between autocratic and democratic, and then, evaluate how they affect the performance of staff...

  2. Bussiness Law

    master to become an effective leader. The distinction between different styles (autocratic, concessive-democratic and liberal) is mainly based on the use of power...

  3. Compare Democratic And Autocratic Leadership

    Yukl, 2013, p.76). There are four main types of leadership styles: the autocratic, democratic, paternalistic and laissez-faire leadership styles. Daft (2008, p.44...

  4. What Makes The Difference In Leadership?

    understand what makes a difference in leadership, it is important to acknowledge the two types of leaders: Autocratic and Democratic. An autocratic leader relies...

  5. Gender Differences And Leadership

    majority of studies assessed masculine and feminine leadership in terms of: a) autocratic vs. democratic or task oriented vs. human oriented b) transformational vs...

  6. Workshop

    knowledge, motivation or skills to do their job effectively. * Autocratic Versus Democratic Leadership Autocratic leadership happens when a leader makes...

  7. Business

    organized body of knowledge beyond simple recognition of cultural differences in a business context. The advantage of the earlier works was that they helped managers...

  8. Leadership Program

    com/what-is-employee-turnover.htm Oates, S (2010) ?Leadership Styles ? Autocratic vs Democratic vs Bureaucratic? Retrieved from http://www.leadership-expert.co...

  9. Bush Tax Cuts

    back to the Clinton era. * Do different voters have fundamentally different interest here? Yes, democrats for the most part believe in more government...

  10. American Educational Choice

    economically and ethnically. If you want your children to experience all the different lifestyles, or the democratic characteristics of students, then public school...

  11. Democratic Waves

    which we believe creates the potential for inaccurate analysis of democracy and democratic/autocratic transitions. Using a set of more refined measures of democracy...

  12. a Democratic Developmental State In Africa?

    and Training (PID), Cairo, Egypt are undertaking a research project on the democratic developmental state in Africa. It will address the following pertinent issues...

  13. Does Economic Liberalization Lead To Democratization

    yoke of Mao's communist ideology from its economy, but its autocratic government was far from democratized. The increasing sense of economic freedom among the...

  14. Can Democratic Transitions Be Consolidated?

    because ODonell presents too many new and different ideas at the same time. He starts defining democratic countries as polyarchies and then identifies the Latin...

  15. Athenians And Spartans :Difference In Values

    of power throughout the governments. The City of Athens was a revolutionarily democratic city which embraced citizens opinion to an extent. For there were still...

  16. The Democratic Peace Requires Dyadic Explanations.

    like Turkey or Russia etc have different culturally back rounds to the western countries and seem to struggle sometimes with the concept of democratic peace. Russia...

  17. Democratic Decision-Making Undermines Successful Management

    than single or few managers in an autocratic leadership style of management. (Boddy et al. 2011). Rather than undermining successful management, democratic decision...

  18. Teamwork And Democratic Learning In Project Management

    study the extent to which the groups of students analyzed in this context behaved as Democratic Learning System, using as assessment tool the questionnaire developed...

  19. Benevolent Autocrats

    2009) do not demonstrate that intentions and actions of individual autocrats affect growth. Since democratic rights are an end in themselves, the burden of proof...

  20. Democratic Decision Making

    Tannenbaum and Schmidt (1958, 1973) suggest that the extent to which leaders use autocratic or democratic leadership depends on the circumstance. They concluded...

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