This posting compares and contrasts the Hersey-Blanchard Model of leadership with Fiedler's model. It also offers examples.
When comparing and contrasting the Hersey-Blanchard Model of leadership with Fiedler's model, please allow these ideas to guide you:
Blanchard and Hersey evaluate leadership style in terms of the amount of direction and support a leader gives to his or her followers. This model focuses on how leaders adapt their styles to fit their subordinates' or followers' levels of maturity or developmental styles. As a result, this model offers four leadership styles (S1 to S4) to match development levels (D1 to D4) of the followers.
Since this explanation sounds theoretical, an easier way to think about ...