Introduction: In detail introduce your two different leadership styles with supporting documentation of itsorigins.2. Organizations: Give current examples of organizations that may utilize these types of styles.3. Compare and Contrast – Compare and contrast these two leadership styles in detail. Compare the two different leadership styles (compare – look for similarities) Contrast the two different leadership styles (contrast – look for differences)4. SWOT: Identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of each leadership style: Do these styles hinder or help employees in the workplace in current day workplacesituations. If so, how and why in detail. Do these styles hinder or help sustain business principles in the decision-makingprocess, in current day business workplace situations. If so, how and why in detail.5. Any Issues – Identify any current issues facing these leadership styles.IMPORTANT NOTE: Each student is to choose two from this list of leadership styles, or students have thechoice to choose other leadership styles that are not on this list.Students are not to choose the same leadership styles. If a style is already chosen, you must re-choseanother style.After you have chosen your leadership styles, go to this discussion board and key in the styles you havechosen.6. CVF: Regarding the Competing Values Framework: Which model and action imperative do you think would apply to each leadership style? Identify business examples of each imperative core competency for that model.7. Managerial Concepts: Identify the managerial concept that you think would apply to each leadership style. Identify business examples of each managerial concept for that model.8. Rationale/Recommendations: Take a position. In your opinion, which style work best in current day businessworkplace situations. Make specific, realistic, practical, management strategicrecommendations, supported with appropriate discussion outlining reasons why you feelthe suggested position is sound.