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7 Leadership Style Displayed by Great Leaders

7 LEADERSHIP STYLES DISPLAYED BY GREAT LEADERS, PAST AND PRESENT



LEAD-ER-SHIP

The position or function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group.



BILL CLINTON

>Born August 19, 1946

>42nd President of the United States

>Oversaw the country's longest peacetime expansion

CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP

>Uses charm to get the admiration of their followers

>Shows concern for their people and looks after their people's needs

>Creates a comfortable and friendly atmosphere for their followers by listening and making followers feel heard



DONALD TRUMP

>Born June 14, 1946

>Real Estate mogul and billionaire

>Hosts the NBC reality series The Apprentice

PARTICIPATIVE LEADERSHIP

>Acts more like facilitators rather than dictators

>Facilitates the ideas and the sharing of information with the end goal of arriving at a decision

>Considers and factors opinions of the collective mind of the group



DWIGHT EISENHOWER

>Born October 14, 1890

>34th President of the United States

>Eased Cold War tensions by promoting Atoms for Peace

SITUATION LEADERSHIP

>Considers three factors when making decision: the situation, the capability of the followers and the capability of the leader

>Adjusts to whatever limitation is laud out in front of him by his subordinates and the situation

>Acts in a dynamic way based on the different situations they are faced with



JOSEPH MCCARTHY

>Born November 14, 1908

>US Senator

>Because chair of the Senate's subcommittee on investigations

TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP

>Established a clear chain of command

>Motivates his subordinates by presenting them with rewards and punishments

>States requirements for a subordinate with corresponding rewards



WALT DISNEY

>Born December 5, 1901

>Founder of Disney

>Created "The Happiest Place on Earth" and Mickey Mouse

TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP

>Motivates their followers

>Appeals to their followers' ideals and morals

>Empowers their followers using their own beliefs and personal strengths



ABRAHAM LINCOLN

>Born February 12, 1809

>16th President of the United States

>Brought about the emancipation of slaves

THE QUIET LEADER

>Leads by example without telling people what to do

>Does not give loud speeches, sweeping statements or clearcut orders

>Does what needs to be done, inspiring their followers to do the same



GEORGE WASHINGTON

>Born February 22, 1732

>1st President of the United States

>Leader of the Continental Army in the American Revolution

SERVANT LEADERSHIP

>Takes care of the needs of their followers first before they take care of their own

>Acts as a servant to followers, instead of acting like a king

>Serves their followers rather than force upon them what they want

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7 Leadership Styles are discussed with examples of great leaders using these leadership styles throughout history.
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