Leadership Styles Of Note

In business, having an effective leader, is like having a great quarterback. Without the quarterback, regardless of other talent you may have, you will consistently fall short of reaching your goal. Having a strong an effective leader, is key to bringing your business to the next level. It doesn’t matter what kind of leadership style you have, as long as it’s effective to your staff. We have curated some of our favorite quotes on Leadership Styles – and we hope you can find inspiration in the various approaches people in business have when it comes to Leading.

•“Step Up, lead and make it happen.” –Jonah Engler

•“Great leaders choose their leadership style like a golfer chooses his or her club, with a calculated analysis of the matter at hand, the end goal and the best tool for the job.” Robyn Benincasa

•“Small business owners are also likely to have a much different management style than managers in larger firms, as the success of the business is a much more personal challenge.” Josh Hall

•“Using an appropriate management style helps employees learn, grow, and become more independent.” Lorri Freifeld

•“The most effective management styles are those which you can take bits and pieces from to then combine with your own management style to create a good working environment for all involved.” Brick Jackson

•“Successful business leaders find a way to mesh their personality and management style to get the best results. By better understanding which kind of manager you are, you can adapt or modify your style as necessary and cultivate the most effective work environment for you and your employees.” Lee Polevoi

•“Experienced managers know that there’s not a single management style that works on every type of employee. An approach that motivates one may have the opposite effect on another.” Richard Feloni

•“Leaders need to manage different people in different ways.” Dr. Gil Lederman

•“While most managers have one dominant style, it is actually likely that professional managers will employ multiple styles in various circumstances as they impact the ultimate management obligation of ensuring organizational success.” Steve Martin

•“Improving quality doesn’t always require a full scale restructuring of your management style or hiring an additional person to oversee quality. Small changes such as improved documentation can significantly affect quality.” Tiffany Black

•“There is no one best management style. Effective managers use a variety of styles, and they know how and when to choose the most appropriate one for the specific situation.” Lorri Freifeld

•“If you begin to think your management style is backfiring, where you ultimately see it is in the disengagement of your staff.” Jon Picoult

•“There is no one size fits all type of management that works, as each organization is different. But your management style more or less defines your approach to leading others.” Lou Dubois

•“The advantage of a mentor style is that it suits an employee’s desire to be heard. It also sets up the manager in situations where an employee’s results fall short.” Stephanie Vozza

•“One of the interesting things about style is that managers with the most flexibility in style get the best outcomes from their people. Leadership style is not about good/bad, right/wrong: leadership style depends on the task, people and situation to be managed.” Rosalind Cardinal

•“Different styles are called for at different times in different situations with different colleagues.” Bjorn Stansvik

•“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.” Thomas Jefferson

•“Lead and inspire people. Don’t try to manage and manipulate people. Inventories can be managed but people must be lead.” Ross Perot

•“Management style greatly affects employees’ motivation and capacity to learn. The most effective managers vary their styles depending on the employee’s knowledge and skills, the nature of the task, time constraints, and other factors. By so doing, they encourage and inspire employees to do their best at all times.” Lorri Freifeld

•“The business world generally recognizes four basic management styles. Each one sets the tone within a company, and it usually reflects the business owner’s or leader’s personality.” Lee Polevoi

•“Your management style can have a dramatic impact on the atmosphere in your firm and, in turn, on the productivity of your workforce and the success of your business.” Josh Hall


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