Situational Leadership & Workplace Learning

I have shared in multiple posts that leadership in organizations plays an important role in employees’ performance support including their learning. I recently attended a Workshop on situational leadership created by Ken Blanchard. I’m sharing my key takeaway from the workshop as well as my reflections on how situational leadership can relate to workplace learning.

Situational leadership is categorized into different types of leadership styles that managers should adopt in relation with their staff’s performance and development levels. Some employees could be at entry level, while others are more expert. Moreover, at times the skillful employees who are considered experts in their job will have to go through a learning curve due to changes in technology or some strategies in an organization. Hence, they will no longer be considered experts and should be supported and treated differently. This would be the responsibility of the managers/leaders to map the development level of their staff with their own leadership style.

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