Leadership and decision-making
Your taskPut your chosen leader from earlier in the week on a Tannenbaum and Schmidt scale with 1 at the autocratic and 10 at the democratic extreme.Describe why you think they should be placed there.
Further readingIf you are interested in studying this topic further you may find the article below interesting. Cohen-Hatton, S. R., Butler, P. C., and Honey, R. C. (2015) ‘An Investigation of Operational Decision Making in Situ Incident Command in the U.K. Fire and Rescue Service’. Human Factors 57 (5)
ReferencesTannenbaum, R., and Schmidt, W. H. (1973) ‘How to Choose a Leadership Pattern’. Harvard Business Review 51 (5), 162-180
Emergency Management: Risk, Incidents and Leadership
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