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"Defining Leadership." Please respond to the following:

•Daft defined leadership as “an influence relationship among leaders and followers who intend real changes and outcomes that reflect their shared purpose.” Based on this definition and the Exhibit in Chapter 1: “What Leadership Involves,” select which of the six elements of leadership is most critical for a public leader to have and justify your choice.
•Based on the Exhibit in Chapter 1, “The New Reality for Leadership,” select one pair of concepts in the OLD and NEW Paradigm lists that represents the most vital change for public leaders to adopt. Explain your choice.
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Running Head: LEADERSHIP Leadership Answer 1
In the present era, leader is one of the milestones of the firm as well as in the society, who
influences the performances of the followers. Leadership...

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