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    A good leader needs to have many particular characteristics. Some of these are obvious, such as that they care about what you are doing and always puts you before themselves. Also another trait of a good leader is that they always keep promises they make. Some of the subtle attributes of a good leader are that they do not hide behind bad news. Moreover, they are easy people to talk to and they have a good if not excellent sense of humor. In my opinion, the best leader would be one that enjoys

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    A Good Leader

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    responsibilities of a leader are very demanding. One of the greatest responsibilities that a leader will have is to inform his subordinates about the dangers of drug use. A leader must know his people and be able to have trust in his men to accomplish a mission or do a simple task without the fear or doubt that something will keep his men from succeeding. Drugs will cause that downfall of a leader and can lead to situation where human life is sacrificed. another responsibility that a leader has is to uphold

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    Being a Good Leader in the Marines “In order to be a good leader, there are two things to remember. Lead from the Front and always set the Example. From these two leadership principles, everything else will fall into place.” These are the words that have ended all of my counseling sheets with since I began writing them as a Corporal and will continue to do as long as I counsel Marines. I was brought up in the Marine Corps with this philosophy and have adopted it as my own. Leading from the front

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    Black Hawk: Not Only a Good Warrior But a Leader “A good leader inspires others with confidence in him; a great leader inspires others with confidence in themselves” (unknown). Black Hawk’s actions throughout his life time proved his ability to be a great leader. He involved himself in many great feats that would attract many followers to him for instance, becoming a warrior at the early age of fifteen and beyond that being successful in heading up many other attack expeditions at a very young

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    To Be a Good Leader

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    Not all leaders are famous like Martin Luther King, most leaders are ordinary people; you can walk down the street and run into someone and not know that they are a very powerful leader. I personally know of a good leader that is an ordinary person; my father. Although some people believe that leaders are born and not made, I believe that anyone can become a leader if they have enough courage and are thick skinned. There are many words that people come up with when they are asked to describe what

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    A Good Leader

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    A Good Leader In this essay I will analyse different leadership styles and the contributory factors of a good leader and how succesful leadership adapts to different sports using practical examples to supplement my arguments. It is appreciated that that the leadership of a group, e.g team captain, is a crucial element affecting overall group performance. Thus leadership is seen as any behaviour that moves a group closer to attaining its goals. (Wesson et al 2000) Leadership is: 'the

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    followers

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    Followers plan an active role in the process of leadership. By being a follower, it does not mean that one is inferior to a leader, but that they simply play a different role. Webster’s dictionary defines follow as to come or occur after, but it does not necessarily imply a causal relationship with what goes before. A follower is part of the team. A quarterback cannot win the game without the efforts of the entire team. He can throw or run the ball but without his team members blocking, he will not

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    Functions Of Management

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    Functions of Management In current business practices is often ignored the importance of having a good leader. The writer, having served in the U.S. Marine Corps, was introduced into a way of leading man into combat scenarios. While serving in the military, the writer began like everyone else, as a follower. With the day-to-day challenges, the leadership portrayed by the higher-ranking individuals had become an example to live by. Marine Non-Commission Officers (NCO's) are feared throughout

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    Challenge Creon in Antigone In his "Funeral Oration" Pericles, Athens's leader in their war with other city-states, rallies the patriotism of his people by reminding them of the things they value. He encourages a sense of duty to Athens even to the point of self-sacrifice. He glorifies the free and democratic Athenian way of life and extravagantly praises those willing to die for it. In Antigone, Creon, Thebes's leader in their recent civil war, also must rally the patriotism of his people. While

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    The Old Badger

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    Ieyasu’s controversial imperial legal codes and the effects they had on the history of Japan in Makers of World History. Through the instructions of Ieyasu and the studies of today’s scholars, it can be established that Ieyasu was, conceptually, a good ruler; however, questions surround his political policies and the effects they had on the influential society of Japan. Ieyasu promoted a number of leadership principles for government in "Legacy of Ieyasu." His instructions set forth a governmental

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