In this chapter, there are three models of leadership or otherwise leadership; these are transformational, transactional, and adaptive models. The success of the transformational model will largely depend on the manager, and a vast emotional burden falls on him. The manager should entirely focus on the work and direct subordinates in the right direction.
The main thing is to see the situation beyond the generally accepted boundaries and the success achieved. The transactional theory uses a behavioral approach to leadership, basing it on a system of rewards and punishments; the purpose of the model is to motivate an employee to maximize results. When employees succeed, they are rewarded; when they fail, the system reprimands or punishes them.
The manager can promise everyone a bonus, which in most cases almost guarantees success and complete dedication. With the help of an adaptive model, a manager will succeed if he competently responds to a difficult task and organizes the work of all his subordinates. The success of each model is ensured by the manager, who has all the necessary qualities for this style.