As we have already discussed in the above part about the different leadership styles in brief. Let us discuss the same in detail. The first one which we discussed here was the authoritarian leadership style. In this style of leadership, the leader is very strict to the rules and regulations, and believes in ordering the employees to make them work in the way he or she wants them to work. They do not believe in providing the freedom to the employees to make them work as they want. They believe that the employees should work in the fashion they are asked to and they should just strictly follow the orders. The leader is very particular for the employees should just follow the instruction given to them. We also have other types of leadership style here to be discussed. One of them is the participative leadership style where the leader involves the employees in the decision making activities. In this type of leadership style, the leader believes that as the employees are the ones who are actually working for the organization and are responsible for taking the organization to higher levels, so they think that the employees should also be included in the decision making power, and they should also be having the power to make certain decisions. It is very true that the success of any organization depends on the fact that how they will be managing the people of the organization. The leader is the one who sets up an example in front of the employees and he or she is the one who motivate the people of the organization to perform better. Then we also have another type of leadership style which is the Laissez-Faire style of leadership. Here the employees are given the freedom to work in the way they want. The leaders give the employees the complete freedom to let them work in the way they want and they are just concerned with the results.