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Research suggests that the most effective leaders adapt their style to different circumstances — be it a change in setting, a shift in organisational dynamics, or a turn in the business cycle.

In this article, the author outlines the six leadership styles Daniel Goleman first introduced in his 2000 HBR article, “Leadership That Gets Results,” and explains when to use each one.

The good news is that personality is not destiny. Even if you’re naturally introverted or you tend to be driven by data and analysis rather than emotion, you can still learn how to adapt different leadership styles to organise, motivate, and direct your team.

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Olivia Mitchell