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Week 1: Leadership: Theory and Practice Introduction: A team always has a project manager. What are the qualities that make a person the best choice for a project manager’s role? Can you think of a situation in which you have worked in a group setting, and someone on the team naturally gravitated to that role? This week, you will understand the nature and importance of leadership in the modern organization. You will also cover the traits and characteristics of leaders. In addition, you will cover the principle-centered approach to leadership. Learning Outcomes By the end of this week, you will be able to: Introduce the basic principles of leadership, motivational theory, the importance of communication, and current and future trends Analyze the concepts and practices of principle-centered leadership
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Reading Course Text: The ethics of leadership by Joanne B. Ciulla o Chapter 1, “The Moral Challenges of Power and Self-Interest” Chapter 1 introduces the concept that the influence of a leader over followers is not unidirectional, but that followers also have some influence over the leader. The chapter also explores the sources of power and
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