2019-01-28 00:00:00

You think that since you’re in the workplace, no one can be in charge? Well, think again. There are people called supervisors. Imagine them to be like the Captains and the team leaders are like the Sergeants or Lieutenants. Either way, I’m here to tell you all about Supervisors.

So fix your headgear and grab the rocket!

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#1. Servant

There’s leaders who lead and there’s leaders who serve. Leaders who serve are best for those who want to help others and are service driven? Worked in the government? Well, I can tell you all about it. That’s service leadership: Helping others who can’t help themselves.

#2. Autocratic
Now, this is the preferred method of the Workplace Marines! You do not argue with me or ask me questions because I’m the one asking them! This is the leadership of famous people like Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler and Mao Zedong and even Kim Jong Un. Do you want to lead with no equal? Here you go! Hoorah!

#3. Democratic
It allows people the right to be heard during meetings and to vote when it’s time to elect an important course of action. Like choosing what you should do when faced with an ill- tempered customer, for example. When that happens, during a meeting and after the encounter, you all get a say of what to do. 

#4. Charismatic
When a charismatic individual appears, it’s almost like they have a magical aura; a sort of knight in shining armor without the shining armor. They can make people work without even dropping a sweat and even encourage them to work. Their secret is persuasion. They know how to persuade people to work and in many cases, it’s quite deceptive. Do you cupcakes understand that?

Reference: What Kind of Leader Are You? 8 Common Leadership Styles (and Their Pros and Cons)