The Leadership of Mahatma Gandhi
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Mahatma Gandhi The leadership of Mahatma Gandhi has a foundation in self-development. To lead by example, one must first become the type of person that you would like your followers to be. This is achieved through self-sacrifice, understanding, and education. Rather than justify reasons for contradicting himself, Gandhi would assure … Read More

Mandela (Madiba, Tata) – All Things to All Men
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Who was Nelson Mandela? The late President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, was a revolutionary, a freedom fighter, a politician, an adversary, an ally, a hero, and an icon; and that’s just what he was to me. Satire and Cartoons South Africa’s most prominent cartoonist has described Nelson Mandela as … Read More

The Leadership of Sir Winston Churchill
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Winston Churchill Winston Churchill is often held up as the epitome of strong leadership, the kind that was required as countries across the globe struggled through the Second World War. His image is recognizable, even to most people who were not alive at the time. He remains, half a century … Read More

The Leadership of John Quincy Adams
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John Quincy Adams is famously quoted as saying, “Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.” This could be said of his own role in leadership of the young United States of America. John Quincy Adams followed in his famous father’s footsteps when he … Read More

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