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Leadership

By: Sarah Monette F. Penaranda

Leadership- organizing, accomplishing, and aiming for a common goal with


other persons with the influence of a leader. It may be in a sense of intelligence or
wit, vision, power, charisma, situational interaction and what not. This leadership
provides an action to be a role model to his or her members in order for them to
emulate the good things that he or she has done for the benefit of the entire group.
A leader can constitute leadership in three ways: by motivation, example, and
guidance. First, a leader must motivate his or her members to strive for excellence
not for perfection in every task that he or she might be facing and also by keeping
on their mind that they have the ability and the capacity to work on it that will
enable them to surpass the undertaking. Next, a leader must be a person with good
example a man with respectable trait and has a morally upright thinking in every
decision that he might be giving to each and every member in his group. For in a
later stage, his organization will emulate the virtuous deeds he exemplified for the
common good of the group or even in any social institutions. Lastly, leadership will
be exhibited with the presence of his guidance for this shows moral support to his
company who are reaching for a common objective and to further build the
confidence of his member.
According to Jim Rohn, The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not
rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be
humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly. It
is just a reminder that everyone in the school, community, or even in our country
can be a leader of our own ways. But what kind of leadership do you want to be
used? A leader who has the authority to dominate and has the control all over the
decision making to achieve the goal? Or a leader who has democratic leadership
style for shared decision making and empowerment of the group? And lastly,
Laizzes-faire that letting the group alone make the decisions? But whatever style
does a leader may want to use, as long as this can provide and constitute
leadership for the benefit and common sustenance of the people around us.
The bottom-line here is that leadership can be find in a group of people
whose aim is for the common objective of the organization. So, we should bear in
our mind that we should dream more, inspire other people, and be a good example
to others in that way we can provide leadership, to end I will leave you a question to
ponder upon, remember the time that you became the leader, did you constitute
leadership to your group?