5 Different Leadership Styles Every Good Boss Needs to Have

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Good leaders need to assess every situation individually and adapt their leadership style to the task at hand. They need to know how their employees react to different styles and which will maximize the company's performance.

When Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy talks about leadership styles, though, he doesn't mean that you should shout at one employee and speak softly with others. Instead, his five leadership styles are about more holistic strategies, like a leader's involvement in day-to-day operations and relationship with her employees.

Click play to learn about his five leadership styles and how you can use these tips to become a better boss.

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