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Transformational leadership

Author: Novin Ghalam
by Novin Ghalam
Posted: Feb 01, 2019
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Many people have been identified as true leaders with the idea (you think is true) that great leaders are 'born as leaders.' Leadership is an action that involves guiding a group of people in an organization. An effective leader should create a very interesting/intelligent vision of the future, (give a reason to do something) and inspire the assistants to work towards (understanding/making real/achieving) the vision (Spahr, 2015). The discussion presented regards a leader who shows 'transformational leadership style' and why the leader was so successful.

Change leadership tries to inspire other people to (accomplish or gain with effort) amazing and interesting success. The workers have independence on their clearly stated/particular jobs and can make decisions based on the got/gained training skills (Spah, 2015). Among the many change leaders I have read about across the world, Nelson Mandela from South Africa stands out to be among the best in the African history. Some leaders find it challenging to change even a small company, but Mandela changed the whole Africa continent. (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leaders should have some basic (features/ qualities/ traits) that drive them to do their work (in a way that produces a lot with very little waste). They are (causing an excited desire to do something big), good in (getting ready for action) and at conflict (agreements that end arguments) and never lose mood. It is seen/obvious that Nelson Mandela showed the qualities and many others that made him stand out among other leaders in changing his country and the continent.

Mandela served as the President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999, but his hit/effect as a (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leader was felt far and wide. His leadership style was seen as authority, realness, commitment, good communication, and (state of always working or appearing the same way). He (showed/shown or proved) (causing an excited desire to do something big) (desire to do something/reason for doing something) and good working relations when he visited the wife of the champion of Racial separation, Betsie Verwoerd, after being released from prison. He (showed/shown or proved) the need for leaders to be humble and focus on the future and not the past.

Mandela (showed/shown or proved) (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leadership by his personality of ideal attributes and behavior. He worked hard to make sure that he brings on board most of the business leaders in support of his development (list of things to deal with/desire to reach a goal). He knew most of them personally, and his personality enabled him to relate well to them. He earned respect and authority that was of great help in influencing other people to work with him in changing the country. He did (show or prove) not only (thinking about and knowing about yourself) but also social (knowing about something) in managing relationships with others. His (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leadership style provides inspiration to many business leaders who learn from his (something given to future people).

As a (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leader, he stated that 'it is better to lead from behind and put others in front when celebrating victory after nice things happen.' He also wanted everyone to understand that a leader should take the front line when in danger for the other people to appreciate his/her leadership. The leadership style he (showed/shown or proved) is (like nothing else in the world) and only found in a giving leader. It is opposite to what many business leaders behave; they demand recognition and credit when things are good, and blame others when everything turns sour. A (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leader does not take all the praise and credit but thinks about/believes others as important contributors to the success.

Mandela founded the African National Congress (ANC) and shared his vision to (thinking in the same way) people who followed him in (understanding/making real/achieving) that their sacrifices would lead South Africa to freedom. The courage, tolerance, and inspiration (joined other people in public to show a strong opinion about something) during his arrest, and jail term by the colonialist was a great (desire to do something/reason for doing something) to his followers who joined hands in the fight for their national freedom. Mandela was a true inspiration to his followers to stop at nothing less than success. His (something big and important that changes people's thinking or lives) leadership style is copied and liked/respected by many international leadershipWork Cited

Spahr P. "What is Transformational leadership?" How new ideas produce impressive results, (2015).

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