Leadership: Lula de Silva

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Leadership
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“ Lula Da Silva”

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Table of content
Purpose of the document/Project4
Introduction and life Journey4
Education and Work4
Union career5
Political Career5
Presidency5
Post-presidency6
Awards and recognitions6
Q3: what sources of power does Derek have available to him? Analyze whether he uses these sources effectively and what the outcomes are?7 Q4: what recommendations would you make to the new manager for leading their respective workers? How can they best use the source of power?8 Appendix9

Workers Party(1)9
ABC Region9

Purpose of the document/Project

This project is to select one of the global leaders who affected peoples’ life and try to map/analyze his/her journey to our Leadership course

Introduction and life Journey

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva born on 27 October 1945, known popularly as Lula, is a Brazilian politician. He was a founding member of the Workers' Party(1) and ran for president three times unsuccessfully, first in the 1989 election, then again in 1994 and 1998. Lula achieved victory in the 2002 election, and was inaugurated as president on 1 January 2003. In the 2006 election he was elected for a second term as president, which ended on 1 January 2011. He was succeeded by his former Chief of Staff, Dilma Rousseff.

He is often regarded as the most popular politician in the history of Brazil and, at the time of his mandate, one of the most popular in the world. Social programs like Bolsa Família and Fome Zero are hallmarks of his time in office.

Lula played a prominent role in recent international relations developments, including the Nuclear program of Iran and global warming, and was described as "a man with audacious ambitions to alter the balance of power among nations. He was featured in Time's The 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2010, and has been called "the most successful politician of his time.

As of the 21st century, Lula is considered by most of the center, center-left and left-wing politicians and intellectuals from Brazil as one of the greatest Brazilian presidents.

Education and Work

Lula had little formal education. He did not learn to read until he was ten years old, and quit school after the second grade in order to work to help his family. His working life began at age 12 as a shoeshiner and street vendor. By age 14 he got his first formal job in a copper processing factory as a lathe operator. At age 19, he lost the little finger on his left hand in an accident while working as a press operator in an automobile parts factory. After losing his finger he had to run to several hospitals before he received medical attention. This experience increased his interest in participating within the Workers' Union. Around that time, he became involved in union activities and held several important union posts. Due to perceived incompatibility with the Brazilian military government and trade union activities, Lula's views moved further to the political left

Union career

Inspired by his brother Frei Chico, Lula joined the labor movement when he worked at Indústrias Villares. He rose steadily in the ranks, and was elected in 1975, and reelected in 1978, president of the Steel Workers' Union of São Bernardo do Campo and Diadema. Both cities are located in the ABCD Region(2), home to most of Brazil's...
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