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source of food, shelter, fuel and income that contributed in children’s education (Maathai, 2004). Two Traits of Wangari Maathai's Leadership Potential a. Inspirational and passionate. Wangari Maathai served as an example of a creative leader that sought others to be part of a meaningful change in her outreach and journey to give back to the community (Techsgreat, 2019). Her recognition of the issues at hand such as the lack of resources as water, employment, education and the resulted conflict stirred her
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Nobel Lecture inspirational spirt of leadership to plant over 30 million trees (Techsgreat, 2019). Throughout her work, she was able to empower her community by tackling those issues, and thus those trees became known as the ‘Peace Trees’ (Techsgreat, 2019). b. Problem solver and supportive. Wangari Maathai sought to retrieve the richness of the land and protect the environment for future generations by planting trees for a greener outlook (Techsgreat, 2019). She supported her community by introducing job opportunities, advocating for women’s rights (Techsgreat, 2019). Her knowledge combined with her leadership role in appreciating and configuring of her community’s collective efforts had protected the nature and uplifted the women and the African community to realize their potential and the power of change (Techsgreat, 2019). This shows how Maathai was highly committed to her goal and selfless to make certain that her team has the right training and tools to advance, which made her mission shines through their accomplishments (Techsgreat, 2019). As when people feel that their performances have been appreciated, it creates a conducive environment for a successful partnership (White, 2018). One that the community strives and collectively desires to be part of
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  • Summer '20
  • Management, Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Wangari Maathai

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