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Gender in Leadership: Part 6 Significance of Education of Leadership in Multicultural Environment As mentioned by Sire (2009), “a worldview is a commitment, a fundamental orientation of the heart, that can be expressed as a story or in a set of assumptions which may be true, partially true or entirely false that human beings hold […]
Gender in Leadership: Part 5 Lessons of Leadership in the Multicultural Environment “Social capital theory assumes that a person’s family, friends, and associates constitute an important asset that can be capitalized in times of need, leveraged for capital gain, or enjoyed purely for the human interaction it affords” (Alfred &Nanton, 2009, p. 5). Mother Teresa […]
Gender in Leadership: Part 4 Mother Teresa’s Personal Characteristics “Leader’s communication skills are very important to implement any decision in an organization through people. Communication is the ability to identify with people and relate to them” (Maxwell, 2010, p. 3). In order to relate to people there are essential communication skills. “These communication skills are […]
Gender in Leadership: Part 3 Multicultural Leadership Challenges “The conflict between what each of us wants as an individual and the interests of the group to which we belong is a very important dimension to cover how people relate to other people” (Trompenaars & Hampden-Turner, 2012, p. 65). The mission of Mother Teresa in serving […]
Gender in Leadership: Part 2 Mother Teresa’s Leadership Philosophy “Servant leadership is something unique in its perspective. The servant leader is a servant before being a leader” (Wren, 1995, p. 22). From this perspective, servant leaders in church organizations will lead their congregations to the kingdom of heaven through serving them. That was the intention […]
Gender in Leadership: Part 1 Introduction “Women are central to their cultures; womanhood is significant to the development and survival of any society” (Alfred &Nanton, 2009, p. 13). Through many centuries, women have been great leaders and they highly affected the nations with their impacts. One of those great women leaders was Mother Teresa.“Women are […]
Part 5: Summary As described by Lencioni (2002), leadership is very important to build a cohesive team to transform a good organization into a great one. Therefore, authentic leadership is required to build a cohesive team in any organization. As mentioned by Northouse (2013), authentic leadership is something unique in its perspective; it builds the […]
Part 4: The “People” Skills of Leadership “What distinguishes great leaders from merely good ones? It is not IQ or technical skills; it is emotional intelligence” (Goleman, 1996, p. 3). Emotional intelligence is a group of five skills that enable the best leaders to maximize their own and their followers’ performance (Goleman, 1996). The five […]
Part 3: Effective Leadership Practices “As difficult as it is to build a cohesive team, it is not complicated” (Lencioni, 2002, p. 185). Lencioni’s five dysfunctions of a team is a model that authentic leaders can apply to any organization to improve team work. These five dysfunctions are absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack […]
Part 2: Why Leadership Is Important? As mentioned by Northouse (2013), many people believe that leadership is a way to improve their personal, social, and professional lives. Corporations seek those with leadership ability because they believe they bring special assets to their organizations and, ultimately, improve the bottom line (Northouse ,2013, p. 1). Accordingly, leadership […]
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