Leadership: Product of Nature or Nurture? Term Paper by The Research Group

Leadership: Product of Nature or Nurture?
A look at the nature vs. nurture question regarding successful military leadership.
# 72255 | 1,800 words | 14 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in History (Leaders) , History (General)


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This paper discusses how successful military leaders are produced by a combination of nurture and nature. The paper defines good leadership in wartime and gives examples of three successful military leaders: Napoleon Bonaparte, Erwin Rommel and Douglas MacArthur.

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"This research paper examines the degree to which successful leadership can be traced to natural i.e. genetic or environmental influences such as education, training and experience. Many different types of leadership exist (business, military, moral, political etc). The focus of this paper is on military leadership in times of war when the stakes are high and the outcome in terms of victory or defeat is generally apparent. The skills, talents and qualities which are associated with successful military leadership are..."

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