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leadership

Etymology: AS, leadan, to lead, scieppan, to shape
the ability to influence others in the attainment of goals. Kinds of leadership include authoritarian, democratic, participative, and permissive (laissez faire).
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There are opportunities to develop ones leadership skills if they are sought
The above leadership style chimes with selfless political leadership that Mandela echoes in Conversations with Myself (2010) that characterises his leadership architectonics in South Africa.
The leadership development program is based on the Adaptive Leadership concepts developed by Ron Heifetz and Marty Linsky, both Harvard University faculty members.
Leadership is rewarding a Soldier, Marine, Airman, Sailor, Coast Guardsman, or Civilian with the appropriate recognition immediately after exceptional service.
Leadership is a general who knows the friendly and enemy situation, knows the immediate action sequence for the M16 rifle, knows his driver's first name and family, and can recite the Lord's Prayer.
Consequently, formal influencing (downward) and informal influencing (upward) together encompass the leadership relationship between leaders and followers.
The primary entry point for altering the feeling tone (trust) lies with the leadership.
For example, leadership shown in a community policing project or the development of a new public safety program merits special recognition in annual performance appraisals.
Professional school counselor advocates have encouraged school counselors to assume leadership roles in schools and to network in order to increase support bases (Herr, 2002; Schwallie-Giddis, ter Maat, & Pak, 2003; Shoffner & Williamson, 2000; Stone & Clark, 2001).
The goal of the CDP is to improve command mission success by investing in a select group of high-potential professionals who will feed into leadership positions throughout the command.

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