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    that they lead. This case study aims to compare three of the more popular theories of leadership. These leadership theories are situational leadership, trait theory and transformational leadership. Summary of Theories Situational leadership, developed by professor Paul Hersey and author and consultant Ken Blanchard. Their approach was based off of a 1967 article by W.J. Reddin called The 3-D Management Style Theory. In his article, Reddin discusses the need to have different styles based

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    Leadership Leadership has been around for thousands of years, yet experts are still unable to agree on a universal definition. Perhaps it is because leadership is a complex, multidimensional concept that continuously evolves. Nevertheless, explaining leadership and its theories and approaches is a monumental task (Henman, n.d.). According to Day and Antonakis (2012), leadership is essentially an influencing process. Its effectiveness largely depends on leadership behaviors and followers perceptions

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    Theories of Leadership Introduction It is true that leadership and leadership theories in general, are not scientifically precise in nature. For example, some may argue that going into an apprentice program have a higher level of task-relevance education and/or experience in the field you choose. A higher relevance than a degree in Liberal Arts. Thus, one must evaluate the apprentice program and accept the responsibility of doing the apprentice work. A degree in Liberal Arts scientifically, is

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    Leadership is the action taken to inspire and motivate followers through guiding, coaching, and mentoring. It encompasses dedication to followers, which fosters trust and commitment to the organization. Leadership is also an integral organizational role that serves to unify the team, towards a common goal and a shared vision (Northouse, 2013). Additionally, Kotter (2001) indicates that the leader is essential to effect organizational change. Hence, change is the specific action that the leader is

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    Chapter sixteen discusses various leadership theories which can implemented by leaders to achieve success. The choice of leadership theory differs from leader to leader as they possess different vision and way of managing. A theory isn 't always perfect in itself, it is the endless effort of the leaders which makes the theory a perfect one. Two approaches of leadership that I prefer are Situational Leadership Theory and Servant Leadership Theory. Among many theories I prefer these two because I tend

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    Chapter sixteen discusses various leadership theories which can implemented by leaders to achieve success. The choice of leadership theory differs from leader to leader as they possess different vision and way of managing. A theory isn 't always perfect in itself, it is the endless effort of the leaders which makes the theory a perfect one. Two approaches of leadership that I prefer are Situational Leadership Theory and Servant Leadership Theory. Among many theories I prefer these two because I tend

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    Leadership Theory Paper Leadership Theories During this course, the focus has been on leadership and the different theories of leadership. There are either eight to ten leadership theories, depending on the source. Those leadership theories describe different aspects of what it takes to be a leader and the skills and traits of people who are considered leaders. There are two different sets of leadership theories. According to Cherry (2012), when it comes to leadership theories, “most can be classified

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    I do not believe that there is such thing as a correct leadership theory, there I said it, I’ve been holding it in an jesus does it feel great to get it out. Haha what I do believe in is awesome people, people who treat other people great and treat themselves and their business, foundation or institution great now that’s what I believe in. So in the sake of great leaders I will be taking on prompt number two and constructing my own theory by using 3 examples from the book and 6 sources that I will

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    Leadership Theory Paper Leadership Theories During this course, the focus has been on leadership and the different theories of leadership. There are either eight to ten leadership theories, depending on the source. Those leadership theories describe different aspects of what it take to be a leader and the skills and traits of people who are considered leaders. There are two different sets of leadership theories. According to Cherry (2012), when it comes to leadership theories, “most can be classified

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    Leadership Theories Analyzed Leadership is an influential factor in the success and failure. If an organization is failing, look at the leader, not the economy; not the market; look at the leader. The movements and influence of a leader determines the fate of those under her or him. The importance of leadership cannot be underestimated. The importance of leadership has constantly been debated and a part argumentative discussion. There is no one approach to leadership, however leadership theories

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