There are different qualities that are necessary; however it is not necessary to have all of the traits. The six traits of a leader as defined by Northouse are: drive, motivation, integrity, confidence, cognitive ability, and task knowledge, (Northouse, 2013, p. 40). Coach Knight was a mentor to Coach K and both of them have the utmost respect for each other. Coach K and Coach Knight have different qualities that both lead to success for each of their teams that they are coaching. It is important that we understand how each coach’s traits and how each have some of the qualities within each other.
He is a hands-on manager and leader who uses innovative ideas to produce stellar results with a very diverse group of personnel. Chief Penas continues to rise as a superstar in the Navy, and you will not find an Aviation Ordnanceman more committed to the growth and development of everyone he comes in contact with. Prior to reporting to my Command, he proved to be a standout Sailor onboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6), VFA 192 and Navy Recruiting District New York. His tours
* Explain what is meant by a premium brand. * Describe the difference between an aim and an objective * Outline the purpose of Kellogg's work with the ASA. * Using examples to support your dialogue, evaluate how Kellogg communicates and discuss how this enables it to position its brand. 1 . What is Kaizen?
He is highly respected within Maycomb, Judge Taylor says that he is “always courteous to everybody” and Miss Maudie proclaims “we trust him to do right.” Even though Atticus actions of protecting Tom Robinson brought him to be the object of scorn in Maycomb ironically he is a heroic figure in the novel. He is a widower left with two lovable children, Jem and Scout. Lee presents him as a conscientious father, he is honest, straightforward, and throughout the novel he listens to them and deals with any questions they may ask. He says to his brother Jack, “when a child asks you something answer him.” Atticus treats his children as adults; he believes they can “spot an evasion quicker than adults.” Atticus practices the ethic of sympathy and understanding that he preaches to Scout and Jem and never holds a grudge against the people of Maycomb despite their callous indifference to racial inequality. He is sensitive in his treatment of people and he understands other individual’s feelings.
Mufasa is also noble and wise which is demonstrated through his knowledge of the circle of life. He understands that it is a part of life and is sure to educate other on this concept so no one fears death. Some of the motives for learning are being good at collecting information rapidly and comprehensively as well as finding it easy to build trusting relationships. An important part of being a leader is cultivating other leaders. Throughout the beginning of the movie we see Mufasa teaching his son the ways of leadership.
His personality and commitment to making southwest a fun exciting place to work has infused the company with highly motivated employees that are willing to work hard towards the company’s success. Southwest respects employees and their ideas and helps them use their talents while accomplishing their jobs. Managers and supervisors are trained to coach and involve others in their work thereby empowering them to grow and make the entire company stronger as they do it. 2. Discuss the various components of SWA's strategic control systems Southwest Airlines established strong business-level strategies from the beginning that have continued throughout their existence.