How does territory provide a sense of self control?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:04 am ad1c9bdddf
A person has the need to feel in control of their surroundings and their territory. Territoriality is in a sense defending something that someone owns or something that belongs to someone. If a person is in control of themselves and their surroundings, they have a sense of self control. Territoriality gives the sense of psychological ownership and power when ...
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Assessment of Strategic Leaders
Dear OTA, I would like to ask for assistance with the following problem. The leaders are Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama.
1. I am researching two leaders and want to describe the factors that make these leaders strategic.
2. Analyze and identify the commonalities in terms of these leaders' personalities, communication styles, ego, personal will, and other leadership qualities.
3. Analyze and justify whether these leaders are committed to greatness.
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