I would add that fear causes reactionary vs. responsive approaches to problems across different leadership styles.
The dominating style of leadership tends to abuse power. Using control, intimidation and abuse. The participatory style of leadership doesn’t let fear get to them because they use “power with”.
When things get scary, you come together to grab the problem & figure out the best way to solve it together.
Dominating leadership comes from a place of “I” or “me”- dominators tend to get louder and angrier, whereas participatory leadership leans on the “we” when things get hard, knowing they can’t solve the problem alone.
What would you add to this?