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Leadership Theory

People buy in to the leader first, then the vision. If they do not like the leader but like the vision, they get a new leader. If they do not like the leader or the vision, they get a new leader. If they do not like the vision but like the leader, they get a new vision. What strategies do you follow for your group to like you and buy into your vision?

Based on your experience, what are the leadership traits that bring out the best in the people around you? Why do you think these leadership traits work well with the people around you? Support your answer with leadership theories.

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The strategy that I follow for my group is that I first find out the vision of my group. Next, I develop a vision which incorporates most or all elements of their vision and carefully mix my objectives in. This strategy works very well. The group members follow me when they see their own vision. They buy my objectives.
In my experience the leadership traits that bring out the best in the people around me are courage, friendliness, ...

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The answer to this problem explains leadership qualities and traits. The references related to the answer are also included.

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