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Leadership Characteristics: Learned, Innate or Both?
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This is an 8 page paper discussing leadership traits and whether or not the traits can be learned, are innate or both. Tutorial suggestions are inserted throughout the paper in square brackets. Theories of leadership whether historical or modern day all seem to include certain elements some of which appear to be learned and can be taught and others which can only be described as innate traits. Characteristics needed for good leadership include the ability to motivate people within an organization, the ability to communicate the mission of the organization and the ability to promote positive team work in order to increase production among other elements. Regardless of the fact that these elements can be taught within programs and are sought in individuals within organization, traditionally exceptional leaders also possess a vision for the future and ways in which to apply that vision successfully and a great deal of charisma. The elements of vision and charisma may be more difficult to learn and may be described as innate. Leadership courses will continue to be taught and guidelines for successful leadership will continue to be published which will contain essentially elements necessary in today’s leaders and leaders who have learned and apply these guidelines will no doubt be successful. However, based on historical leadership studies, those leaders who excel beyond the others will not doubt possess learned skills but also have the advantage of the innate elements of charisma and vision as well. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Leadership In Organizations
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9 pages in length. The notion of leadership is such an integral component of successful organizations that the term is all too often bandied about without a genuine understanding of just what it means on both a personal and broad spectrum level. Leadership requires much more than merely holding a title; rather, it incorporates vast amounts of personal traits, industry savvy, professional ethics, open-mindedness and strong communication skills for anyone to be considered a true leader. The extent to which leadership is responsible for making or breaking a given organization is both grand and far-reaching; that the ability to challenge, inspire, enable, encourage and become a role model for the entire organization speaks to the notion of leadership as the tipping point between success and failure. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Leadership in the Modern Business
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This 70 page paper provides an overview of the issue of leadership in the modern business structure, and then outlines a study of perspectives on leadership, leadership qualities and the integration of business ethics into the management of the modern business. This paper considers the reflections of leaders on certain characteristics outlined within the current literature necessary for effective leadership in order to determine whether leadership is a central element in the modern corporation when compared to the concept of management. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
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Leadership In Universities
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A 6 page paper that discusses specific issues related to leadership and change. Section titles include: Leadership styles, which relates ideas found in Kouzes and Posner's book, Leadership Challenge to the Transformational Leadership style; Decision making, which describes rational and political decision making models; Organizational communication, which describes some components of effective communication; managing change, which comments on the forces driving change, resistance and strategies; employee motivation, which provides general comments on the topic; and strategic planning, which comments on scenario planning. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Leadership Models
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A 3 page research paper that offers a brief overview of how the conceptualization of leadership has changed throughout history. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Leadership Models through the Ages.
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This 6 page paper discusses leadership in the pre-classical, classical, modern and postmodern eras, assesses whether or not the leaders were effective for their time, and compares the styles. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Leadership Overview
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This 14 page paper presents an overview of leadership beginning with the definition. The author then outlines the characteristics of effective leaders, several leadership styles are described and discussed. The need for knowledge leadership in today's companies is discussed in terms of transactional and transformational leadership styles. Ideas for developing leadership in today's students are offered along with principles to consider when developing global leaders within an organization. The differences between leadership and management are presented. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Leadership Project Plan
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A 10 page paper which offers up a leadership project plan involving seeking a career in relationship to becoming a marketing manager in the pharmaceutical industry. The paper discusses networking and developing a plan for leadership and career improvement. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: RAphuee.rtf


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