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Back in The Day when the Blake Mouton Managerial Grid was taught and used for developmental training, we called that the 1,9 "country club style" where popularity was considered more important than mission completion. The 5,5 "wishy-washy" style was similar but gave a bit more attention to productivity. Either can be a defensive strategy or protective reaction formed when subordinate and total group input is a significant part of a 360 degree review process.

I enjoyed your article.

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