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Running head: Historical Leadership Matrix 1 Historical Leadership Matrix Danielle Ita Worley University of Phoenix `Copyright © 2018 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Running head: Historical Leadership Matrix 2 University of Phoenix Course Material Historical & Contemporary Leadership Matrix HISTORICAL APPROACHES Description/Approach Theories developed during the early 20th century that focused on identifying distinctive characteristics and qualities possessed by great social, political, and military leaders (Northouse, 2019, p. 19). The Great Man approach marks the onset of the trait approach to leadership (Ronald, 2014, p. 54). Great Man Theory Primary Characteristics The theory suggested that people were born with leadership traits, and only “great” people had them; therefore, the research focused on determining the specific traits that distinguished leaders from followers. Leadership is reserved for the gifted few who were born with the characteristics and traits that contribute to someone being a great leader. Leaders are born rather than made, possessing extraordinary personalities which distinguish the leaders from those they lead (Northouse, 2019, p. 19; Ronald, 2014, p. 54) `Copyright © 2018 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Strengths Criticisms Some traits are empirically studied as variables in leadership, claiming that essential leader traits do exist and provide leaders with the ability to acquire the skills to bec ...
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