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Situational leadership and persons with disabilities.

Situational leadership and persons with disabilities.

Cubero, Christopher G.1 CGC0316@ecu.edu
Source:Work; 2007, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p351-356, 6p.

Document Type:Article.

Subject Terms:*LEADERSHIP
*EMPLOYEES
*ORGANIZATION
*MANAGEMENT
*STRATEGIC planning
DISABILITIES.

Abstract:Does situational leadership style impact workers with disabilities? Situational leadership as a model and style of organizational management is defined. With a concentration on workers with disabilities, employer and employee perceptions of the workplace environment are analyzed as a contributing factor to the choice of leadership styles. Leadership style and its potential impact on workers with disabilities are included. Advantages of situational leadership style as an organizational model for managers that matches the intricate needs of workers with disabilities are argued. Methods for increasing awareness of the needs of persons with disabilities in the workplace and improving leadership models are discussed. Implications and potential outcomes for workers with disabilities based on the use of situational leadership by managers are discussed.

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