The degree of participation in the decision-making process depends to a considerable extent on the existing organisational culture, as well as current social norms.
These factors include the team leader’s perception of his or her role and authority, and the way in which this perception is shared by other team members and the various supporting departments.
In today’s climate, team leaders who manage their business in an open and affiliative style, and who state their intentions from time to time in the course of the day, are more likely to secure the co-operation and participation of other team members than those who are overbearing and autocratic.
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