In order to understand the interactive effects of direction and support on employee outcomes in a more rigorous way, the researchers at The Ken Blanchard Companies designed a study to investigate the effectiveness of the four leadership styles found in the SLII model, and desirable organizational outcomes like performance, trust, job satisfaction, and talent retention.
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