NS214 Fall 2012 set 1-1 22Aug

NS214 Fall 2012 set 1-1 22Aug - Chapter 1 1-1 What is...

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1-2 What is Leadership? “Contrary to the opinion of many people, leaders are not born. Leaders are made, and they are made by effort and hard work.” Vincent T. Lombardi
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1-3 Reading Objectives The student will comprehend and appreciate the value and potential of learning about leadership. The student will know the three basic myths of leadership study. The student will comprehend the interactional framework for analyzing leadership. The student will comprehend basic leadership characteristics.
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1-4 Discussion Objectives » Discuss various characteristics of leadership from the reading. » Discuss the interactional framework for analyzing leadership. » Discuss the three myths of leadership study to ensure all students accept the value of the course. » Discuss relationship between leadership and management. » Discuss relationship between leadership and followership.
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1-5 BLUF » Leadership and Management are related but different » Leadership is both art and science » Leadership in the military has some unique qualities » There is an emotional component to leadership » Leadership implies and requires followership
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  • Spring '14
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