Leadership

Leadership has been described as “a process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support the others in the accomplishment of a common task". Other in-depth definitions of leadership have also emerged.

Read more about Leadership:  Theories, Styles, Performance, The Ontological–phenomenological Model For Leadership, Historical Views, Leadership Myths, Action-oriented Environments, Titles Emphasizing Authority, Critical Thought

Famous quotes containing the word leadership:

    During the first World War women in the United States had a chance to try their capacities in wider fields of executive leadership in industry. Must we always wait for war to give us opportunity? And must the pendulum always swing back in the busy world of work and workers during times of peace?
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    Nature, we are starting to realize, is every bit as important as nurture. Genetic influences, brain chemistry, and neurological development contribute strongly to who we are as children and what we become as adults. For example, tendencies to excessive worrying or timidity, leadership qualities, risk taking, obedience to authority, all appear to have a constitutional aspect.
    Stanley Turecki (20th century)

    A woman who occupies the same realm of thought with man, who can explore with him the depths of science, comprehend the steps of progress through the long past and prophesy those of the momentous future, must ever be surprised and aggravated with his assumptions of leadership and superiority, a superiority she never concedes, an authority she utterly repudiates.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)