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People have become good leaders for they are made to become one (Clark, pars. 1-2). They undergo a never-ending process of education, experience, self-study, and training. Their desire and will power enables them to become effective leaders. They also inspire the workers into higher levels of teamwork and also help them become good leaders…
Moreover, Kurt Lewin defined leadership as the "manner and approach of providing direction, implementing plans, and motivating people" (271-299). In the Army, leadership is defined as "influencing people-by providing purpose, direction, motivation-while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization."
According to Patterns of Aggressive Behaviours, there was a group of researchers that identified different styles of leadership (271-299). Lewin's study recognized there major styles of leadership that have been very influential: 1) autocratic, 2) democratic, and 3) delegative. Groups of school children were allotted to one or three groups where researchers have observed their behaviours in response to the different styles of leadership.
The autocratic or authoritarian leadership is well applied to conditions where there is limited time for group decision-making and the leader is the most educated and experienced member of the group (Lewin, 271-299). There is a clear distinction between the role of the leader and the followers. ...
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