PAD3113EXECUTIVELEADERSHIP170-MODULESIXDISCUSSIONPART2

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For this week's assignment, which I have unfortunately had to submit late is about leadership diversification. Leadership diversification is something that has only recently been a topic upon leaders, and corporate America (Bryson). Ask an employee of a vast majority of a fortune 500 company what they believe a generalized CEO looks like, and you are bound to get the description of an older, white man, who loves to play golf (James). This is where leadership diversity comes into play. Leadership diversity is the both the act of leaders performing diverse actions, such as cross training, becoming more hands on, and even (in some situations) coming back down to earth, and enjoying time with their staff. Leadership diversification also means that leaders should be diverse, we should see all races, ethnic origins, religions, sexes, and backgrounds in leadership positions. Leadership roles should be diverse in order to balance the ever growing companies, followers, and employees. Leaders should be diverse as their companies, and nothing short.
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