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ItemThe middle managers' essential leadership styles: a case of Global Technology Company in MyanmarThis article is a needs assessment research, comprising two objectives, 1) examining the leadership styles and 2) proposing the Organization development programs to enhance the middle managers' leadership styles for the future development program. Five leadership variables are studied: transformational leadership, transactional leadership, authentic leadership, servant leadership, and adaptive leadership. The research instrument was a needs-assessment questionnaire to examine the differences and rank the priority needs using PNIModified. The target samples comprise generation Y and Z employees of Global Technology Company in Myanmar. The sampling method is purposive sampling, comprising of 60 respondents. The PNIModified results indicated that adaptive leadership was ranked the first-order need, servant leadership was ranked the second-order need, transformational leadership was ranked the third-order need, authentic leadership was ranked the fourth, and transactional leadership was ranked the fifth-order need. Four sets of recommendations for the Organization development program proposed for the managers and employees. Moreover, it is important at the management level to concentrate on performance and objectives rather than human desires to achieve operational effectiveness. Giving positive guidance and direction to employees would help them become more goal-oriented. Another main requirement in the global technology middle management is to monitor the success of subordinates and take prompt corrective steps.