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Unformatted text preview: Discussion (WK6) As Rue and Byars note in Management: Skills and Application "everyone seems to acknowledge the importance of leadership to managerial and organizational success". Read and consider two commentaries on leadership. One by Col Moschgat on MSgt Crawford and another by Brigadier General Melcher on Colin Powell. A Janitor's 10 Lessons in Leadership Colin Powell's Thirteen Rules of Leadership After reading the articles above and conducting further documented research into the implications of leadership and management. Answer the following questions as a basis for further discussions. Configure your response to facilitate discussion, not just a simple list of answers to questions. To receive maximum credit for this assignment include reference(s), for instance a WEB URL or newspaper article, that you used informing your opinions and contributing to this thread. I want an informed opinion here, not something simply from the gut! As you think about your own leadership style, consider how they apply to your present and future positions and how you interact with others in the workplace. What rules would you add to the two lists? Which rules would you delete? What do you consider more important leadership or management? Why? Of the leadership styles, which do you use? Autocratic, laissez-faire, or democratic? Have you ever been in a situation where you were forced to use a style that you were uncomfortable with? Based on the research conducted, what can you recommend as ways for developing leaders beyond what was presented in chapter 14? What are your thoughts on the phrase, real leaders are born and not developed? Explain? What is the difference between management and leadership?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course MG 352DLB taught by Professor Joibascomb during the Spring '10 term at Park.
- Spring '10