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November 29, 2006

Definition of leadership

Today we had many interesting presentations about the definition of leadership, that is not an easy work, and for my group that took many time in be agree with our final decision , even that in class, PAul was very suspicious in find the mistakes of our definition, but it was good ,because we though that it was clear and it wasn’t.

The other groups presentations were good too , however I think that they had the same mistakes that we had in the begining of our analysis , try to define leadership using the case definitions and trying to involves all the concepts that leadership has to have, having as a result a very complex and confuse definition. Even that I think that the definition of leadership was so clear for everybody, but the problem was how to say that.

The case of choose a leader was so interesting , really hard to take a first decision because every person had differents backgrounds, strengs and weakness, but I think that the all the groups have the same election show that the concept of leader and the skill that this person has to have were clear.

In conclusion I think that is not easy to define leadership or find a leader, that is too much complex , involves many things and in some situations a good leader can appear in the person that you less think , and breaking all the parameters that we have.

The today’s class was so interesting , with many disscussions and looking for the people’s opinion , I really liked it.

I hope that the class continue in this way

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