The horizontal axis represents the leader's concern for results, while the vertical axis represents the leader's concern for people.
Authority-Compliance (9,1) - Heavy emphasis on task & job requirements, and less emphasis on people, except to the extent that they are tools for getting the job done. (controlling, demanding, hard driving, & overpowering)
Country-Club Management (1,9) - Low concern for task accomplishment and high concern for interpersonal relationships. (agreeable, eager to help, comforting, & uncontroversial)
Impoverished Management (1,1) - Leader is unconcerned with the task and interpersonal relationships. They go through the motions of being a leader but acts uninvolved and withdrawn. (indifferent, noncommittal, resigned, & apathetic)
Middle-of-the-Road Management (5,5) - These leaders are compromisers, they have concern for both the task and the people performing the task. They try and find a balance between taking people into account and still emphasizing the work requirements. (expedient, avoids conflict, & soft-pedals disagreement)
Team Management (9,9) - This style puts a strong emphasis on both tasks and interpersonal relationships. It promotes a high degree of participation and teamwork (stimulates participation, acts determined, gets issues out into the open, makes priorities clear, follows through, behaves open-mindedly, & enjoys working)