What are the most important ingredients (skills/attitudes/characteristics) of effective leadership for an ATHLETIC DIRECTER. Based on content from Covey, S.R. The 7 habits of highly effective people
Heider, J. The Tao of Leadership: Lao Tzu`s Tao Te Ch`ing adapted for a new age
Machiavelli, N. The prince
ANALYSIS: Have analytical detail. An "ingredient" should be developed by at least one long paragraph and demonstrate a well thought out belief.
Possible specifics of each might include: Why the "ingredient" is so important? The strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of it. How to be effective at it (in your words)
Draw connections between the authors.
Do NOT give examples to support your case or illustrate understanding in this paper
Name: Instructor: Course: Date: My Theory of Leadership The greatest misconception about leadership is that it is directly correlated with seniority or the position that an individual holds or even age. However, leadership has no relationship whatsoever with these things and regardless of seniority or age or position, one can be a bad or non-influential leader. A leader has certain traits, skills, features, and also behaves in a way that defines who they are. It is easy to determine a leader within a group, and it might not necessarily be the person who holds the senior most position. What leaders possess cannot be undone chemically, biologically, or mechanically but it can be transferred, and their influence can be spread across generations. For example, the past leaders seem to have more influence in how people live their lives today because people trust in their counsel and wit. In many countries, the constitution was written a long time ago, but until today, with the help of a few changes or amendments, people ascribe to the same old stat