Which leadership style drives the best results?
from The Mercury
Research from Binghamton University, State University of New York, found that when a leader shows compassion to subordinates, the result is almost always improved job performance. That's especially true, the data indicates, when niceness is combined with the communication of clear goals and benchmarks. The researchers wanted to determine how both the presence and lack of kindness would affect job performance. To do this, they surveyed nearly 1,000 members of the Taiwanese military and almost 200 adults working full-time in the United States. They measured performance from three different leadership styles and found the results were consistent across both groups, despite the differences in culture and types of work.
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