Cofounders with different management styles how do you work it out?

Arsen Ibragimov
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Today, on the mentoring course, three management styles of founders were analyzed and bright signs for their identification are: šŸ‘¹ Authoritarian style. The founder alone makes decisions and is dismissive of employees. šŸ’šŸ»ā€ā™‚ļø Democratic style. The founder coordinates the goals with the employees. Decisions are made jointly with the team. Informal communication with the team is the norm. šŸ‘‹šŸ¼ Liberal style. The founder avoids making decisions. The team is informed about something or only if they themselves ask. I looked at myself through this prism and realized that my style is not authoritarian for sure, since I trust the tasks and solutions to the team members. Otherwise, why hire people for a team who you don't trust and don't let you do your job? I do not dismiss the team. The liberal style is more likely not to a greater extent, since I do not avoid making decisions, but I felt that I was communicating with the team in a metered manner. I think this is a point of growth - now I will pay more attention to it and become better. As a result, I defined myself more in a democratic management style. How do co-founders with different management styles work together? Are they getting along or is it hard? Or do they not work at all? What is your management style?
šŸ‘¹ Authoritarian
šŸ’šŸ»ā€ā™‚ļø Democratic
šŸ‘‹šŸ¼ Liberal
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