In this video, you will learn about relational leadership. This was developed in the 1980s. It was designed for college students and relates a lot to nature.
It is able to occur inside and outside leadership roles. The leader presents themself as available to others. This model is relatable. This model is inclusive and diverse. It shows empathy and has external stakeholders. It claims the legitimacy of one’s morals. Ethics is also emphasized in this model. This guides decision-making. All four elements are accomplished by being decision-operated. How is this model applied? It shows that dominant norms are important. Leadership for what? This is answered with an emphasis on creating change. There was not a lot of dedicated research on this model. Learning each model can change leadership outcomes. All individuals are involved in decision-making. Leaders need to be aware of themselves and others so they can act. There are so many types of leadership methods. When you know which type of leadership style that best fits you, it is easier to reinforce it. If you are interested in learning more, keep watching this video for more information, best practices, and tips.