What is Organizational Leadership?
BusinessDictionary.com defines organizational leadership as: The management staff that typically provides inspiration, objectives, operational oversight, and other administrative services to a business. Effective organizational leadership can help prioritize objectives for subordinates and can provide guidance toward achieving the overall corporate vision. Read more: here.
This is an organizational chart of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
What does it take to be a good leader?
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These websites are informative but not necessarily reliable sources for research assignments. Library databases include peer-reviewed articles and are the sources most often required in college research. When in doubt ask your professor.
There have been many books published about leadership. Many of the same skills and traits needed to succeed in college can help you become a good leader.
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