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Following the Leader A Study of 16 Common Species of Leaders By Willy Goebel
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Preface A leader does not have to be someone in a position of great power. It can be anyone from a teacher to a parent to a guide to a manager. Regardless of level of power, however, leaders will demonstrate characteristics in line with these sixteen basic leader archetypes.
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The Stand-Up Leader Summary Much like a stand-up comedian, the stand-up leader strives to appear to be improvising. In the case of a politician, the stand-up leader avoids notes whenever possible. In the case of smaller positions, fluency, primarily in speech, is desired for similar reasons. These tactics are used in order to give the stand-up leader a more human and less mechanical aura. In keeping with this aim, a stand-up leader will likely ask many surveying questions of his/her audience. Such a leader creates the illusion of equality between himself/herself and the audience. In order to fully seem “one of the group”, a stand-up leader will often repeat common words or phrases
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course NA 12345 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '09 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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