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Becoming a Leader Lecture 3 Strategic Communication 1112
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Who is Warren Bennis? Advisor to four Presidents Written more than 20 books on Leadership Lectured and consulted around the world President of the University of Cincinnati. Founder of the University of Southern California Leadership Institute
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“On Becoming a Leader,” Warren  Bennis • “Leaders know what they want, why they want it,  and how to communicate what they want to  others, in order to gain their cooperation and  support .... The key to full self-expression is understanding  one’s self and the world, and the key to  understanding is learning - from one’s own life  and experience.” • …. and the desire to want it.
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The First Discovery My ideal self.. Who do I want to be?
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Don’t make me Beg….
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       Are Leaders Born or  Made?
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Trait vs. Process Leadership Certain individuals have  special innate or inborn  characteristics or  qualities that differentiate  them from nonleaders.   Resides in  select   people  Restricted to those with  inborn talent Trait definition of leadership:
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