Situational leadership is a leadership style that has been developed and studied by Kenneth Blanchard and Paul Hersey. Situational leadership refers to when the leader or manager of an organization must adjust his style to fit the development level of the followers he is trying to influence. With situational leadership, it is up to the leader to change his style, not the follower to adapt to the leader’s style. In situational leadership, the style may change continually to meet the needs of others in the organization based on the situation. Discuss how situational leadership can be used in a patient-centered care team. Include in your discussion how the different strengths of different team members can be leveraged to support the dynamic of the team. Provide supporting references for your response.