Participative Leadership in Decision Making
techniques are used in a variety of situations, but one of the ways they
can be effective is when major changes are needed in an organization.
These techniques lend themselves to collective and inclusive
decision-making that can empower employees at all levels. Workplace
culture is influenced by leadership styles of the individuals in those
roles. Participative leadership techniques develop a level of employee
engagement that carries over and continues in the organization. This
webinar will describe how participative leadership can be used in
decision-making, its impact on employee engagement, inclusiveness, and
work culture. In order to illustrate these points, presenters will share
an example of how participative leadership techniques were applied
during organizational structure planning.
- Learn about participative leadership techniques as it relates to decision-making;
- Be able to identify situations that these techniques can be used and how to apply them; and
- Understand the impact of these techniques on inclusiveness and workplace culture.
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Briana Knox (they/them) is the User Services Librarian at University of North Texas Libraries and leads the User Services Unit in the Access Services Department. Briana has 15 years of library experience with 7 of those years in a management role. Their research interests include inclusive leadership practices, accessibility, and privacy advocacy.
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