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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Mr Shamukuni applauded the President for his democratic style of leadership, which was envied by other countries.
Laboratory experiments and assessment studies show that women tend to lead with a more participative democratic style than men.
Although that was also instructive, if a little more self-conscious, noting the collection was an ode to those"who perpetuated this democratic style.
It is very natural for us to launch a unisex collection as fashion is constantly evolving and intersecting, and today we see there are no boundaries in democratic style," H&M spokeswoman Marybeth Schmitt said in a statement.
This finding augments the findings of Al-Khasawneh and Futa (2013) who prove that the democratic style plays a vital role in learning process.
Starting from an emotional point of view, we can classify management styles as: visionary style, advisory style, team style, democratic style, promoting style and dominating style.
Myanmar has undergone a transition since 2011, with the government shifting from military rule to a more democratic style.
A more consensual, open and democratic style of management results in more growth and success for a business.
In the end, in true democratic style, it's the audience who decides.
How to encourage democratic style of decision making among the kids.
The significant level of technology on democratic style was .
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