Leadership Theories - Common threads and connection components

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Leadership theories have common threads or components that connect them with each other; hence, this is why many leaders find themselves adopting several varied styles or find it appropriate to select a component of one theory to address one problem and yet another component of a different theory to address another problem.  What two theories do you find complementary to each other and why?

PRACTICAL APPLICATION:  Offer a real-life situation where a high profile leader has found himself or herself in a predicament with regard to an industry problem.  What two elements of different leadership styles did he or she apply to this situation?


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