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The power that comes from being a leader can be used for evil as well as for good. When you assume the benefits of leadership, you also assume ethical burdens. But, many highly successful leaders have relied on questionable tactics to achieve their needs. These include manipulation, verbal attacks, physical intimidation, lying, fear and control.

Is it really true that leaders are made? Are some people just born natural leaders, they just find themselves in the role and have to step up. People like Ghandi, Martin Luther King, etc., So, what are your thoughts about the argument: “People seek out leaders unconsciously, and leaders step to the forefront almost instinctively.

Select two leaders (from the US or international) who you consider to be examples of transactional and transformational leadership. Conduct independent research on these individuals and create a profile that addresses the following: – What makes one leader transactional and the other transformational? – What added value does each bring to their organizations? – What

Choose an indivdual whom characterize as a visionary. -Why do you characterize them as visionary? Give specific examples. -Analyze the added value of this visionary leader brings to the organization based upon your research. -Do you think visionary leaders are needed in every workplace? Why or why not? -What business conditions particularly call for visionary leadership?

Explain the role of leadership and differences between a good manager and a good leader.  

If you should implement a presentation skills course into a Bachelors Degree program, what are some issues, alternatives, and recommendation for this course.  

Please determine the effects of your beliefs about leading and motivating people.  

Why is the definition of leadership

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Why is the definition of leadership considered method neutral?  

1. The Six Domains of Leadership: a new model for developing and assessing leadership qualities? 2. It consist of six types such as: – Personal=authenticity; expertise; creativity and innovation; vision; dedication; fit; personal engagement; credibility. – Relational= concern; respect; understand; fair treatment. – Contextual= building team identity; coherence; community. – Inspirational= high expectation; enthusiasm; optimism;

1. Utilize Blanchard’s Situational Leadership II on someone with whom you are familiar (it can be yourself if you choose). What is the persons development level in his/her current position? What questions should he/she ask his/her leader to prompt that person to provide the needed leadership style? How might this alter his/her positional power within the