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APPROACHES TO LEADERSHIP 2 Approaches to Leadership Being a leader is not all about their personality but rather their behavior. This can be the line of thought when we are interested in behavioral leadership approaches. This approach tends to ascertain some unique behavior that an effective leader may display. These approaches can be classified into the following classes: Task-oriented Passive behavior Relationally oriented behavior Transformational behavior From pinion I would like to be the transformative leader, this is a type of leader who shows the people he is a leader with vision and there they become specific about the things want to achieve. ( Shields, 2010). Martin Luther King is an example of a transformative leader. If I
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