leadership behavior

Leadership Is A Process, Not A Position

I am not one to get star struck, nor am I interested in obtaining autographs and such. However, one person I have always admired and wanted to meet is Colin Powell. Since I can remember, I have been aware of the way in which he carries himself, speaks, and has the confidence that makes you [...]

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Take Time to Ask Questions and Listen

“The people in the field are closest to the problem, closest to the situation, therefore that is where real wisdom is.” When we are the ones in the trenches, we know this statement to be true. However, it is once we are on the outside and no longer in control of the situation, the idea [...]

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Leadership Involves an Interaction Between The Leader, The Followers, and The Situation

I have always felt that in order for a leader to succeed, they must have good people working with them. As time passed I began to analyze different situations and look at the impact of the situations surrounding the events. I have had the privilege of serving the roll as a follower for a few [...]

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Patterns of Leadership Behavior

The experienced leader uses many complex and subtle resources to exercise his influence and stimulate those he leads to be creative and productive. From the complex range of leader behavior, we have selected five of the most typical patterns, ranging from highly leader-centered to highly group-centered. Telling – the leader identifies a problem, considers alternative [...]

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