Lecture 9: The Situational Context
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The situational context can be described by saying that leadership style must match follower readiness. We have influence with someone when we adapt our behavior to the performance needs of the individual.
The Situational Context
B. Contexts (cont.)
3. Situational Context
a. High task/low relationship
b. High task/high relationship
c. High relationship/low task
d. Low relationship/low task
4. Summary of Context
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