Contextual Factors and Behavioral Channels #4
“”Design a table using three (3) of the six (6) contextual factors (e.g., environmental uncertainty, task uncertainty, error criticality, task structure, proximity to the organization’s core mission, and organizational structure). For each contextual factor, create one (1) brief scenario that is beyond management’s control. Then, develop one (1) corrective action to increase the management success. Note: Online students may use Microsoft Word or other equivalent software to design the table and then copy and paste it into the discussion board.Use the Internet or the Strayer Library to research different leadership styles. Next, select the behavioral channel of influence that you believe promotes the most effective learning in your organization or an organization with which you are familiar. Then, specify the most effective leadership style to influence the workforce. Justify your response.