Leaders have a unique and colossal mission that focuses on people with the diversity of worldviews, opinions, characters, and lifestyles. In simple words, the goal of a leader lies in uniting people in a single team of professionals sharing the same vision, mission, and values. Leaders should be creative enough in finding approach to every subordinate, targeting employees needs, and nurturing their spirit to be ready to excel personal capabilities. In addition, leaders are the ones regulating experience of the employees by inspiring them to engage in the most unexpected activities requiring them to mobilize internal resources and utilize personal abilities. It happens under the influence of the leader willing to change old habits of the employees and replace them with new behavioral patterns that expand the boundaries of the employees capabilities. A skillful leader not only changes the vision of employees but also proves them that success is possible by showing various approaches towards accomplishment of tasks leading to long-term goals. One of the leaders responsibilities is to split complex goals into simple short-term tasks that ensure success achievement.
The skills approach fits the processual nature of leadership in several ways. It fits a qualitative characteristic of the processual side of leadership by considering work-related processes, human behavior, and organizational mission, vision, and values simultaneously. The core of the processual nature lies in the monitoring of processes influencing implementation of the organizational strategic plan. The skills approach allows applying appropriate skills to specific processes involving employees in order to ensure successful implementation of the strategic plan. The same connection refers to skills approach and influence, since leaders are regulating employees performance in the context of customer service, teambuilding, implementation of tasks, and communication between departments. In this way, leaders have a direct influence on the organizational climate, which sets appropriate workplace environment for success achievement initiatives thanks to the utilization of personal skills of a leader. The group context of leadership lies in keeping employees interdependent in order to ensure mutual support and understanding. Leaders envisioning employees as a group of people sharing the same ideas and goals are fostering collective thinking and decision-making by means of applying appropriate skills to organize others. Finally, goal attainment is impossible without a skills approach, which allows leaders to derive benefits from specific skills necessary to achieve current goals.
Impoverished management style is the most inappropriate behavioral model for a leader. From my viewpoint, this type of behavior devastates organizational balance and harmony. The impoverished leader means an indifferent leader who does not care about organizational mission, vision, values, and strategic plan. Impoverished leaders are not capable of creating a sustainable environment, which could motivate employees to complete the assigned tasks and excel personal abilities. As a result, this style is a guaranteed way towards chaos and dissatisfaction of employer, employees, and consumers who do not receive appropriate service.
There are two possible behavior outcomes for the employees who are different from the mean and do not match the leaders style and approaches accommodation of the minority to the leaders style and outburst of disagreement leading to conflict. The latter is less likely to occur because of the human factor, which does not allow many individuals to disagree with opinion of the majority. As a result, it is highly probable that more or less committed employees will prefer accommodating to the situation instead of facing the risk of losing job position because of contradicting to the leadership concept that is appropriate for other colleagues. In general, personal priorities of every individual not fitting the leadership style are the main factors influencing further actions of the employees different from the mean.
If a leader attempts to apply different leadership styles to every person, it may confuse employees and create an illusion that he has favorite workers because of differences in monitoring their activity and guiding them towards success. For example, an autocratic leader contradicts to the values of a democratic one, which means that employees will not understand strict attitude of a