Traditional Paradigms of Leadership

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  • Conclusion
  • Leadership
  • Trait theory
  • Behavioural theory
  • Contingency theory
  • Skills theory
  • Great Man
  • Leadership Traits
  • Leadership skills
  • Leadership style


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Christian Harrison
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23 January 2020
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