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As with the theories in Chapters 4 and 5, in contingency theory leadership, styles are broadly described as falling into two categories: task motivated and relationship motivated (Dubrin, 2007). 0000008572 00000 n �H����r�T%��_��u��A���kr8�Eh���R���1��� 2Y�J�T*K��)`/ 0000002488 00000 n ���{X#L��=����>��y�p��������q? trailer theories of leadership that can be classified under the contingency category are: Fielder‟s contingency theory of leadership effectiveness Cognitive resource theory, and Strategic contingencies theory (Peretomode, 2012: 106) Examples of Situational Leadership Models Two of such models will be concisely discussed here. Theory Y (McGregor, 1960), concern for production vs. concern for people (Blake & Mouton, 1964). 0000033863 00000 n • Leadership must therefore match needs of the situation (flexibility). 0000118936 00000 n One of the biggest is lack of flexibility. 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