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  2. 2. OWN INTRODUCE Md. Abul Hossain Sn:20111105014 Dept.of Management BSMRSTU
  3. 3. My Presentation topicThe Great Leader and Renowned PersonWINSTONE CHURCHIL UK
  4. 4. Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  5. 5. Family and early lifeBorn into the aristocratic family of the Dukes ofMarlborough, a branch of the noble Spencerfamily, Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, like hisfather, used the surname "Churchill" in public life.Winstons father, Lord Randolph Churchill, the third son ofJohn Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough, was apolitician;and his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill was the daughter ofAmerican millionaire Leonard Jerome.Winston was born on 30 November 1874,in Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire
  6. 6. Blenheim Palace, the Churchill family home
  7. 7. Marriage and children• A young Winston Churchill and fiancée Clementine HOZIER shortly before their marriage in 1908
  8. 8. Military serviceChurchill in military uniform in 1895
  9. 9. CONT’DChose to remain with the cavalry and wascommissioned as a Cornet (SecondLieutenant) in the 4th Queens Own Hussarson 20 February 1895. In 1941, he receivedthe honour of being appointed RegimentalColonel of the 4th Hussars, an honour whichwas increased after the Second World Warwhen he was appointed as Colonel-in-Chief; aprivilege usually reserved for royalty.
  10. 10. Travelled to many countries• CUBA: 1895• INDIA: 1896• UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: 1900• SUDAN AND OLDHAM: 1899• SOUTH AFRICA: 1899 Churchil returned to ENGLAND in 1900.
  11. 11. Cont’dA young Winston Churchill on a lecture tourof the United States in 1900.
  12. 12. First Lord of the Admiralty• In October 1911, Churchill was appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. While serving in this position, he put a strong emphasis on modernization and was also in favour of using airplanes in combat. He launched a program to replace coal power with oil power
  13. 13. Western FrontWinston Churchill commanding the 6thBattalion, the Royal Scots Fusiliers,1916.Some months after his resignation, Churchillrejoined .
  14. 14. LEADER AND POLITICS IN WORLD WAR-I• On 5 October 1914, Churchill went to Antwerp, which the Belgian government proposed to evacuate. The Royal Marine Brigade was there and at Churchills urgings the 1st and 2nd Naval Brigades were also committed
  15. 15. WHY CHURCHILL A GREAT LEADER WINSTONE CHURCILL was called great leader not only for the people UNITED KINGDOM but also for the people of whole world.In 2002, BBC poll of the 100 greatest BRITONS,CHURCHILL was proclaimed “the greatest of them all” based on approximately a million votes from BBC viewers.CHURCHILL was also rated as one of the most influencial leaders in history by TIME.
  16. 16. CHURCHILL LEADERSHIP ANALYSIS THE POWER OF CHURCHILLCHURCHILL was such a leader who had ability to change the human , informational, and material resources to get the fulfillment his leadership as well as his country through the whole world.By power, he affected the decisions, behavior and situations.
  17. 17. CONT’DHe has- the ability to dominate the country aswell as the whole world. the ability to influence or act freely. the ability to resist or block the demandsof others.
  18. 18. CHURCHILL’S BASES OF POWER LEGITIMATE POWERCHURCHILL rendered military services. He positioned military uniform in 1895. In 1941, he received the honor of Regimental Colonel of the 4th Hussars which was an honor increased after 2nd World War when he was appointed as Colonel in Chief.
  19. 19. REFERENT POWERW.CHURCHILL Born into the aristocratic family,Blenheim Palace . He was independent andrebellious by nature. He was very muchcouragious in battle field. His writings brought himto the attention of the public, and earned himsignificant additional income. He acted as a warcorrespondent for several London newspapers andwrote his own books about the campaigns.
  20. 20. EXPERTISE POWER OF CHURCHILLChurchill was a renowned military. When he was rendering military services , he acquired such kind of power. He was a Colonel in Chief in the second world war. He was usually Second Lieutenant in British Army. His writings brought him to the attention of the public, and earned him significant additional income.
  21. 21. CHURCHILL ‘S COERSIVE POWERCHURCHILL had a strong tendency to influence British Parliament as well as other countries political affairs. He was the member of CONSERVATIVE PARTY and LIBERAL PARTY in UNITED KINGDOM. He acted as a war correspondent for several London newspapers and wrote his own books about the campaigns.
  22. 22. CHURCHILL’S REWARD POWERCHURCHILL had the ability to reward another persons who are contributing to many other fields to country as well as the whole world.CHURCHILL SOCIETY now gives the rewards for the remindering WINSTONE CHURCHILL CONTRIBUTIONS.
  23. 23. LEADERSHIP PATTERNS OF CHURCHILL DEMCRATIC LEADERCHURCHILL was a famous democratic leader in the world .He consults with subordinates on proposed actions and encourages participation from them .He was elected prime minister twice from 1940 to 1945 and from 1951 to 1955 as a democratic leader .
  24. 24. Charismatic Leadership of ChurchillChurchill influenced people of whole world and other leaders through the world during his time. His dominating power was very much appreciated. He showed his excellence as by rendering military services , by governing the country two times as prime minister and showed charisma as a Colonel in Chief at a time of second world war.
  25. 25. CHURCHILL’S BEHAVIORAL LEADERSHIP TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIPChurchill had power needed to do to achieve objectives .At a time of second world war, he clarified roles and tasks, made friendly countries such as United States, France, South Africa etc. He was the member of Conservative Party and Liberal Party and provided the followers needs. He worked hard and try to come back second time as prime minister.
  26. 26. TRANSFORMATIONAL SYSTEM OF CHURCHILL CHURCHILL was such a leader who articulated a vision and inspired followers . He had the ability to change UK even the whole world and created position in the leadership of UNITED KINGDOM which was greatly favorable for Colonel in Chief , second Lieutenant as well as prime minister of United Kingdom.
  27. 27. CHURCHILL AS TRAIT OR BY LEADERCHURCHILL , we can say, was a by born leader notmade because his traditional background reflects it.He was born United Kingdom palace . His familybackground persuaded him to make a great leader. As a young army officer, he saw action in BritishIndia, the Sudan, and the Second Boer War. Hegained fame as a war correspondent . Although hewas not a good student, at a time he positioned inBritish Army and gradually he attained a greatleadership.
  28. 28. Churchill’s situational or contingency Leadership approach Churchill was not only a by born leader but alsoa situational leader . He used to make a proper useof his excellent chance. After the Conservative Party lost the 1945election, he became Leader of the Opposition. In1951, he again became Prime Minister, beforeretiring in 1955.
  29. 29. Leadership Contingency Diagram+100HighRela-tion 0 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Low -100 Favorable UnfavorableLeader position power Strong
  30. 30. CHURCHILL’S LEADERSHIP GRID (1,9) (9,9) Country Club Management Team ManagementConcern for people Middle of the Road Management (5,5) Impoverished Management Authority Management (1,1) (9,1) Concern for production, output or contribution
  31. 31. REWARDS• In addition to the honour of a state funeral, Churchill received a wide range of awards and other honours. For example, he was the first person to become an Honorary Citizen of the United States.• In 1945, while Churchill was mentioned by halvdan koht as one of seven appropriate candidates for the Nobel Prize in Peace, the nomination went to Cordell Hull.• Churchill received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953 for his numerous published works, especially his six-volume set The Second World War
  32. 32. Retirement and death
  33. 33. CONT’D• . On 15 January 1965, Churchill suffered a severe stroke that left him gravely ill. He died at his London home nine days later, at age 90, on the morning of Sunday 24 January 1965, 70 years to the day after his fathers death.