I personally like the situational approach for its practical nature. Northouse (2016) suggests that the approach is “easy to understand, intuitively sensible, and easily applied in a variety of settings” (p. 99). I would agree but there are some unanswered questions. According to the situational approach, leaders must adapt their leadership style to the development level of the follower. The situational approach not only makes the statement that different leadership situations require different types of leadership, but the model sufficiently prescribes the type of change that is to occur. I particularly like this in the model. Many leadership theories and approaches do not focus a lot on the solution, but rather a simple diagnosis. The model would suggests that a leader observe his followers. Northouse (2016) states that the leader must evaluate his or her followers and assess their competency and commitment levels (p. 93). Based on that assessment, leaders are to adjust their behavior accordingly. But how can we assess a person’s commitment level?Submit a four- to five-page paper (not including title and reference pages). Your paper must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide and must cite three scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Please find the attached document.