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    • Schlechty (1990):Leader is a person who is in aposition to influence others to actand who has, as well, the moral,intellectual, and social skillsrequired to take advantage of thatposition.
    • Stogdill (1950):Leadership is the process ofinfluencing the activities of anorganized group in its efforts towardgoal setting and goal achievement.
    • 1. A group2. A common task3. Differentiation ofResponsibilityStogdill (1950):The minimal social conditionswhich permit the existence ofleadership are the following:
    • Tucker (1981):Leadership has seldom been simplya function of personal charisma.Charisma can help one amass powerand authority, but charisma alonewill not get the job done.
    • Liphan (1964):Leadership is theinitiation of a newstructure orprocedure foraccomplishing anorganization’sgoals andobjectives.
    • Greenfield (1986):Leaders who are effective will tryto commit others to the values thatthey themselves believe are good.
    • 1. LOVE of the task andconcern with people.
    • 2. ENERGY. The process iscontinuous where changeoverlaps other changes.
    • 3. ACCEPTANCE of realities.
    • 4. DISCIPLINE.Functions andduties arecontinuouslymonitoredwith referenceto time frameandachievement.
    • 5. EXPERTISE. This is asource of personal powerin effecting change.
    • 6. RESPONSIBILITY. Everyrally to support change is aresponsibility to take risksin determining quantifiableand qualitative results.
    • 1. Management ofMEANING.
    • 2. Management ofATTENTION.
    • 3. Managementof TRUST.
    • 4. Management of SELF.
    • EMPATHY. Your capacity toparticipate in another’sfeelings or ideas.
    • OBJECTIVITY. Correctingmistakes or anymisunderstanding involvesemotional stability.
    • CREDIBILITY. It makes leadersworthy of support and praise.
    • GOOD COMMUNICATIONSKILLS. The art ofcommunicating plays a greatdeal in convincing people toperform efficiently andwillfully.
    • INTERPERSONALRELATIONS.Good teamworkis an essentialfactor in theattainment of agoal.
    • 1. Theeducationalleaderclearlyneeds to beaneducator.
    • 2. He should be a keenobserver of the education andsocial scenes.
    • 3. He needs to be anorganizer.
    • 4. The leader needs to be akeen judge of people.
    • 5. The leader needs tounderstand the medium of policyformation and implementation-communication.
    • 6. The leader should possesssome understanding offinance.
    • 7. The leader needs tounderstand public relations.