The experience with my negative leader I will name Mohammad Smith the Authoritarian. I have learned as much from this poor leader as I have from strong leaders. This negative leadership style decreases the motivation of employees because it makes them feel as though they can’t respond with any initiative or creativity. This leader did not like the team to attempt questioning his directives, because he then puts on the defensive front. This leader was worried more about his status and saw his team members as subordinates or lesser people. When working projects with his team, he would tell them what he wanted done and how to accomplish and not discuss and receive advice from them. A bad supervisor is the leading cause of job dissatisfaction with jobs.
Pressures Mohammad imposes on himself as a leader was displayed to the team during team working meetings. One minute fun and joking with the team and the next out of nowhere his behavior would change and lash out at the team because something wasn’t incorporated into a brief. Numerous reiterations of a brief will be reviewed and changed by his own corrections up to the day prior to the presentation. When his superior makes corrections to the brief he will change back to his way. The team will identify these were his superior changes and he disregarded. He presents a tone and controlling comment to the fact, th...
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...ader should understand their employees. As discussed the authoritarian leadership is not the best way. As a leader one must include the subordinates into a team and respect their opinions. Leaders should know how to motivate by encouragement and to find out what your employees want and find a way to give it to them or to enable them to earn it.
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