In most workplaces, there is no one leadership style that can be used on its own, however, a good leader would normally adopt a style, which suits different situation. The following are factors that could affect leadership styles or behaviours in most work place:The first factor is the Task is definite as “the smallest identifiable and essential piece of a job that serves as a unit of work, and as a means of differentiating between the various components of a project” (Businessdictionarycom, 2017). It is a way of defining the authentic purpose and the objectives of the team. The nature of a task, the skill, and experience required to achieve its objective will determine the style of leadership.Second factor Workplace Culture: this can be described as ‘the way we do things here’. These can be written or unwritten codes of practice that influence staff attitudes, management decision-making and leadership styles. This is what an organisation one of a kind.Third factor: Team Personal and Experiences also affect the choice of leadership style that’s why it’s important to identify the uniqueness of each team member and recognise their differences in terms of Skills, Knowledge, Personality, Background, and Experience of those individual that make-up a team in order adopt a right leadership style.Explain why these are likely to have a positive or negative effect on individuals and groups.Different leadership styles or behaviours will have a positive or negative affect on a team that’s why a good leader will need to merge traits from different leadership styles to make the right choice considering the workforce available for a task, recognising those individual attribute and potential before choosing the right choice of leadership styles.Autocratic leadership style: these leaders often make a decision based on the tasks without consulting the team and insisting on having their own ways only. However, this type of leadership trait is important when working with a team of an inexperienced individual that needs constant supervision or when there’s situation, which warrants quick decision and assertive leadership. Though, they discourage and frustrate the experienced skill staff ruining their creativity. Democratic Style: these leaders are more concern in to building a rapport with the team member, encouraging them to discuss Ideas and make suggestions. This style creates an easy going working environment with an opportunity to grow and moving forward in a purposeful way within the organization. However, if the Leader is Timid in making a critical decision it could affect the team in the long-run.Laissez-faire style: this is a leadership style called hands off approach giving the team authority to make the decision on the day-to-day running of operation and implement the work processes. While the leader sits back over-viewing the whole operation process and taking action when necessary. This works better with knowledgeable and well-motivated team members but is not appropriate for unskilled or unmotivated staff.