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Case #1 Joseph Stalin – Inspirational Motivation. First of all, inspiration is defined as that which motivates and moves others toward as an idea and something inspired. It is produced through actions that generate a feeling of optimism and a dedication to organizational goals and dream. People follow their lead and entrust to the direction in which the leaders want to take the group or movement. So, people choose to follow leader such as Joseph Stalin who was a leader in World War 2. But, I am trying to think about this one in different way, because it lies in the eye of the beholder in terms of leadership. For instance, he raised Russian nationalism in an attempt to motivate a group of industrial managers in his 1931 speech on “The Need for Progress”. He was trying to get to motivate the
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Unformatted text preview: people in this speech. As a result, he did make Russia have its industrial revolution, but this was achieved through use of forced labor and murder. From this beginning we can see that leaders are not necessarily moral, honest or honorable but they do necessarily have followers. Maybe, they did not do it to intend anything bad results, but were persuaded by Stalins motivational speech. Because of this, motivation is one of the most powerful factors in the leadership, although it was too hard to decide between right and wrong. George Ambler. The Practice of Leadership < > Web. 15 August. 2011. Armstrong Williams. Pseudo Leadership. The Heartland Institute, Idea that empower people . Jan 2005. Web. 31 Jan 2012....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course ECON 1 taught by Professor 1 during the Spring '12 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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