The Leadership Grid provides a framework for understanding different types of leadership styles and consists of two behavioral dimensions; concern for production and concern for people. The grid identifies five different leadership styles according to a manager’s emphasis on the two differing dimensions.
BREAKING DOWN ‘Leadership Grid’. Some of the perceived benefits of using the Leadership Grid include its ability to measure one’s performance and that it allows for self-analysis of one’s leadership style. Furthermore, it continues to see usage among organizations and businesses.
Some of the perceived benefits of using the Leadership Grid include its ability to measure performance as well as the ability to perform a self-analysis of your own leadership style. Businesses and organizations continue to use the grid. There are some perceived limitations to the Leadership Grid, however.