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Analyzing 5 Real-World Leadership Scenarios
Successful leaders remain flexible to adapt to the ideal style and approach necessary for different leadership scenarios. Approaches that pay attention to detail, combine risk with caution, display value, lead from your front, and empower allows  leaders to get yourself into and master any situation.
 Jack Stahl, the President of Coca-Cola between 1978 and 2000 and CEO of Revlon between 2002 and 2006 provides a good illustration of a leader who harnesses situations to his advantage. In his book Lessons on Leadership: The 7 Fundamental Management Skills for Leaders at All Levels he elucidates many cases where the leadership he exerted during specific situations made all the difference.
Early in Stahl's career, his mentor Doug Ivester tasked him with preparing a prospectus for the public offer of Coca-Cola's bottling division. Stahl delegated the project without adequate oversights, and Ivester wanted an early draft, Stahl found the draft more incomplete than he expected. Ivester caused Stahl late in to the night because the project had a definite and irreversible deadline. From this experience, Stahl discovered the secret of Ivester's effectiveness: the skill to combine high-level oversight having the ability to delve into details and adopt a face to face approach when asked. Stahl since that time makes it important to train others to focus on details as an effective option to micro management, and put the experience to good use to handle Coca-Cola's operations in 180 countries, a Herculean task 3 decades ago if the internet was nonexistent as well as the world was not as connected as today. Stahl dedicated to deriving key metrics from his information systems, yet remaining aware of details.
 In 1986, Margaret Thatcher deregulated the real estate markets in the UK, to create London a hub of investment banks of true international repute. Of all of the investment bankers, only Barclays might make the best from the opportunity and become a global giant. Credit for seizing the second and applying the correct situational leadership would go to Bob Diamond.
A tough, competitive, and uncompromising professional, Bob Diamond supported making his or her own luck rather than depend on government funds or another forms of support. He combined aggression with caution and took calculated risks. Diamond's approach paid off when the Barclays survived the financing crunch with no government bailout, after which struck a coup of sorts if this took in the US assets of the bankrupt Lehman Brothers with none from the accompanying liabilities.
 Southwest has earned history of always putting the client first, whatever the situation. Adopting this approach, leader James Parker converted crises into opportunities often.
The September 11, 2001 tragedy triggered an unprecedented situation of forcing all airlines to shut down for the days, and stranding passengers, flight attendants and pilots using their planes around the world. While other airlines sat and waited, Southwest employees took the passengers bowling or to the movies to give the time. The customer loyalty earned because of this quick thinking, resourcefulness, and flexibility to make the most out of a poor situation helped Southwest's popularity soar extreme measures. Parker also announced Southwest wouldn't only retain all their employees but also start a profit sharing payment to employees just 72 hours after 9/11, when other airlines were contemplating a 20 % cut in staffing. Southwest handled the crisis a lot better than any other airline.
 At times, it pays to lead from the front. How Jim Lentz, the CEO of Toyota handled a potentially disastrous situation ranks as being a sure inclusion inside list of top down to earth leadership scenarios.
Toyota had to recall 2.3 million vehicles for faulty breaks. Outrage ran high and the company faced lawsuits galore. Jim Lenz, instead of ducking in the chaussures nike pas cher glare and letting the PR team handle a hopelessly lost cause appeared on Digg Dialog, a popular web community known for its hostility to corporate businesses. Consumers, past employees, activists among others submitted thousands of questions about the recall, and Lentz answered up to possible inside the given time. The openness and transparency minimized the injury to company's reputation by and large.
 Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft can be a household name, renowned for his Nike TN participative design of leadership and empowering subordinates. The fact that Microsoft and the flagship brand Windows still holds its own amidst serious competition stands as testament to Gates' leadership skills.
Gates believed in the power of innovation, and empowered his subordinates to innovate in products, process, markets, or every other area. He positioned the company as a platform for people to build on his or her strengths.
Early on, understanding the potency of empowerment, Gates established a powerful system that placed the proper information at the proper hands, allowing people to understand what happening, to make plans accordingly. He also developed a digital landscape that connected people, process, and technology, making sharing ideas and work seamless and easy. These innovations allowed the organization to respond on the changing markets effectively.
Gates goes over all the basis of his leadership style in his or her own words: 'In e-commerce, by the time you realize you are in trouble, it's past too far to save yourself. Unless you're running scared all time, you're gone."
 While Bill Gates' participative empowerment allowed Microsoft to rebound and keep the top spot regardless from the challenge, Steve Jobs of Apple Inc tells a different story. Jobs adopts a very autocratic leadership style on the extent that Bill Gates could announce his retirement two years ahead with no impact to Microsoft, but the recent news of Steve Job's illness raised serious doubts about Apple's future.
Although Both Gates and Jobs understand and leverage the potency of innovation, unlike Gates, Jobs runs a tough ship and frequently fires 'incompetent" staff. The result, nike tn 2016 although Apple Macintosh a head start over Microsoft Windows, Windows is today a family group product still that is a standard, whereas Apple Macintosh has faded into obsolesce. It is only the recent diversification to the yet to be unchallenged i-Phone and associated products that provides Apple the success it enjoys today.
While all the above five leaders adopted positive leadership systems for different situations, Steve Jobs' autocratic leadership style perhaps can serve as an antithesis to such an approach. The major longer-term successes enjoyed by Coco Cola, Barclays, Southwest, Toyota, and Microsoft, compared on the perhaps limited success of Apple highlights the effectiveness of positive strategies to deal with various situations.
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