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The purpose of the project is to inform the reader of leadership theory and to apply leadership theory to a known leader. Select a well-known leader (alive, deceased, or fictitious) whose leadership style, beliefs (perhaps inferred from actions/decisions), communication or style of motivation can be gleaned from the review of several sources. Some possibilities could be U. S. Presidents, military officers, politicians, CEOÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦s, or religious leaders. A professional paper will be turned into the instructor and a brief professional summary will be shared with the class using professional presentation skills and techniques.

If you choose this option, you will develop a 5 to 10 page paper (APA Style, 1.5 to double spaced, 1-inch margin, 12-point type). The first page should be a summary of the main conclusions of your paper this summary will be the basis for the classroom presentation. Please bring a copy of the one page summary for each classmate.

The paper must provide specifics related to the following guiding questions:

Ð'„X What is/was the leaderÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦s style and what leadership theory/ies guide/s his/her practice?

Ð'„X How did the leader view his/her followers?

Ð'„X What type of power was used?

Ð'„X Describe the leaderÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦s vision and how it was communicated.

Ð'„X How did the leader motivate, encourage, and deal with change and conflict?

Ð'„X How did the leader relate to the structures of bureaucracy?

Ð'„X Describe the culture of the leaderÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦s organization.

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