When and how to change your leadership style

10/14/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

It may be wise to adjust your leadership style if you've noticed a problem, but your team may be reluctant to accept the change, writes Avery Augustine. "You don't have to make a big announcement that you're trying to change the way you manage -- but a little explanation can go a long way to get employees on board," Augustine writes. In addition, you'll need to be patient as you wait for the change to generate results and be ready to make further adjustments as necessary, she writes.

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