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Running Head: SPORTS AND LEADERSHIP 1 Sports and leadership Students name: Course: Institution:
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SPORTS AND LEADERSHIP 2 Leadership is a phenomenon where people in the society accept to be led and lead. It is a situation where some are leaders and others followers. According to Northouse P.G certain people in the community possess some unique and innate qualities different from those of others ( Northouse, 2012). He perceives leadership as being of two types (emergent and assigned leadership). Emergent leadership is where one naturally becomes a leader without any title or position while assigned leadership involves some kind of position. According to Northouse a good leader enhances participation, remains determined, has priorities and remains open minded always. As a skill he compares leadership to a sports game like soccer where one can enhance his capabilities through practice, instructions and learning. Good leadership requires skills and competencies. According to Northouse, leadership can at times be
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