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The Inverse of ‘Good’ Leadership: A Look at Why Autocratic Rulers are Bad

What is Good Leadership Anyway? ‘Good’ Leadership has been the subject of extensive research as early as the beginning of the 20th century and is perhaps just as extensively talked about now as it was back then. Through many years of academic research, various models and theories have been constructed; none as popular as the […]

Military Leader transitioning into a Educational Leader

Often times making a transition from military life to civilian life is challenging. According to Ken Blanchard, “54% of leaders only use one style of leadership, regardless of the situation” (Blanchard, n.d.). While every leader is different, Sean was able to make a smooth transition by using the situational and authentic leadership approach. So, who is […]

Servant Leadership Exemplified in the ‘Bloody Hundredth’: Maj John Doe

Throughout his tenure, Air Force Chief of Staff General David Goldfein has strongly endorsed the servant leadership model (United States Air Force Academy, 2019). In hierarchical organizations such as the military, leadership is often depicted as a pyramid with leadership at the top and followers at the bottom. However, what if this pyramid was inverted? […]

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