Group Decision-Making Styles

Decision-Making styles in a group are as follows:

  • Authoritarian: The leader makes self-centered decisions and does not consult participants or ask questions. Such decisions follow the command and control style of project execution.
  • Participatory
    • Consultative: The leader actively solicits the opinions and suggestions of the participants, but makes the decisions himself/herself.
    • Consensus: In democratic decision making, all participants provide input, vote, and arrive at a final decision that the group agrees to.

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