Open Access Short Communication Article ID: ACMPH-7-238

    Leaders and Leadership

    Ecler Jaqua* and Terry Jaqua

    Leaders give others a sense of direction and represent them in various forums. Leadership has existed for decades, and different authors have tried to define the term. One such definition is that “Leadership is a relationship that involves the mobilizing, influencing and guiding of others toward desired goals” [1]. To help leaders, scholars have developed different models to identify the best leadership style tailored to different situations. There is no single best style, and a leader must consider their personality, task, and group makeup to be effective.  This paper narrates my leadership experience and examines how contingency theory and power sources can be applied to this experience. 


    Published on: May 13, 2021 Pages: 66-67

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5479.000138
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