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A Brief History and the Future of Leadership

  • Aqueil Ahmad
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Abstract

Leadership—its styles and directions change over time. Successful leaders in all climes and cultures pursue accurate visions of the future depending upon how correctly they interpret the needs, resources, threats, and opportunities of their societies. Leadership in this discussion generally covers business and industry although the influence of political and cultural leadership on these sectors must not be ignored. They will be recognized as necessary.

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  • Aqueil Ahmad
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  1. 1.Freelance ScholarHillsboroughUSA

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