democratic style

democratic style

[dem′okrat′ik]
people-centered leadership in which the group participates openly in decision making for group goals.
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In contrast, BHA chief executive-designate Nic Coward (pictured) seems to be bringing a fresh, democratic style.
Despite the fact that bluegrass is characterized by rapid tempos and fluid jazz-style improvisation, it is a democratic style appreciated at such local events as the annual Topanga Banjo & Fiddle Contest (which hosts competitions and jam sessions) or at one of the many other events around town.
Mr Eldred said: "TPN is bucking the trend and enjoying record financial figures, and we believe that is because we offer our members a more democratic style than other networks.
Many would say the church is moving farther away from this democratic style.
In 1996, Arafat was elected Palestine Authority president, and had secured his reputation of a more dictatorial than democratic style of rule.
The other members of the house had been into the diary room, they had cast their vote and,in true democratic style, they had decided to rid themselves of a man who has managed to make the Tory party appear even more unexciting than John Major did.
Many believe the press will feel the effects of Fox's open, democratic style.
The democratic style offers a decision-making method in which the parent is responsible for final decisions, but utilizes problem-solving skills that produce less conflict and greater adolescent developmental achievement.
In structural terms, the United States welfare state represents the liberal form, the German a corporatist regime and the Dutch a social democratic style of welfare.
Lewin aimed to show that the democratic style achieved better results.
Perhaps when electoral reform, such as proportional representation, is installed, then we will benefit from a more democratic style of government.
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