Situational Leadership is a management technique with an elegant taxonomy that addresses both the individual assigned to a task, and effective ways to lead that individual. And, it emphasizes that the situation can hugely affect where either the manager or the worker sits in the chart.
My current topic is the consciousness axis.
In the original model, consciousness is used to capture whether the person being managed is conscious of his own expertise level (competence), and whether that person needs to exercise the skills consciously, to carry out the situational task.
Read the full article at Cersys Clarify: Interpreting Situational Leadership.