He coordinates the work plan, motivates the employees to complete their assignments correctly and also give them technical assistance.
The task-oriented leader always evaluates every situation. Yukl, O’Donnell, and Taber (2009) identified in their research study that a task-oriented leader maintains the Quality standards leading towards the progress of the organization and determines the short-term plans. Within the context of historical literature regarding leader behavior, there are many reviews of different approaches and theories. Hooijberg, Lane, and Diversé (2010) highlighted the behavioral approaches to leadership ranging from Fiedler’s (1967) LPC theory to House’s (1971) path-goal approach to Quinn’s (1988) competing values formation (CVF), and Bass’ (1985) transformational leadership theory.