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Sheqouia Nauta G5B Engels, 12 september 2013 Do you think charisma is something you’re born with or can it be taught? If you will ask yourself what Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Obama, Gandhi, Jesus and Adolf Hitler had in common, you would see that they had some characteristics. Beside the fact they all have different values and ways of thinking, they all were charismatic. They all were born to inspire and influence a large amound of people. It seems like they have an ability to use such...

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How To Be Remarkably Charismatic Speaking in front of millions of strangers or five of your closest friends makes no difference when you have charisma. A compelling attraction that allows you to woo an audience and inspire them to not just listen but actually care about what you are saying. According to spiritual activist Marianne Williamson “charisma is a sparkle in people that money can't buy. It's an invisible energy with visible effects”. Such visible effects come as religious devotion, political...

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Charisma: myth or reality? There are about 60 definitions of charisma because it is difficult to determine meaning of this quality. Some people consider that charisma is constellation of complex and sophisticated social and emotional skills, and anyone can become a charismatic person. However, others think that charisma is a kind of magic and is relatively rare. What is charisma? Does it exist? Robert Greene said: ”Charisma is seduction on a mass level. Charismatics make crowds of people fall in...

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How Can Charisma (Max Weber) Be Used as a Political Instrument?

Charisma is a quality of an individual personality that is considered extraordinary, and followers may consider this quality to be endowed with supernatural, superhuman, or exceptional powers or qualities. Whether such powers actually exist or not is irrelevant – the fact that followers believe that such powers exist is what is important. Charismatic leadership has emerged in all places and in all historical ages. For example, we have the Kwaio ‘Big Man' of Melanesia (Sahlins, 1963) compared to the...

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In brief, personal magnetism (Tony Alessandra uses this term interchangeably with charisma), says the author, it’s what makes people like you – even when they don’t know much about you. Mr. Alessandra gives an example of charisma’s importance: two managers with equal training and experience are put in charge of similar group tasks. But the results differ drastically. One task force flounders and misses a critical deadline. The other quickly meshes as a team and produces a report so stunning that...

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What does it take to be charismatic leader

What does it take to be charismatic leader? Charisma is at any rate very useful and significant tool to become successful. Whilst some people argue that charisma is somehow inborn, others disagree. They believe that anyone can become a charismatic leader. However, it might require some time and energy. Charismatic leaders can have a huge impact on their followers’ performance and also on formation of their opinions and attitudes. With charisma you become more influential and inspiring. Furthermore...

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26, 2015from http://info.profilesinternational.com/profiles-employee-assessment-blog/bid/206341/5-Steps-to-Becoming-a-Charismatic-Leader Riggio, R. E. (2012). What Is Charisma and Charismatic Leadership? Psychology Today. Retrieved on May 26, 2015 from http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/cutting-edge-leadership/201210/what-is-charisma-and-charismatic-leadership www.forbes.com,.(2004). Retrieved on May 27, 2015 from http://www.forbes.com/2004/11/19/cz_rk_1119drucker.html ...

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 the nationalist movements  in  SEA  dependent on  the personalities of their leader?    The success  of the  nationalist movements was widely due to the personalities  of  their  leaders,  the conservative  and  religious natures  of  the leaders  as  well  as  the  charisma  of  the  leaders.  Nationalist  movements  refer  to  movements  which  aim  to  preserve  a  nation’s  identity,  tradition,  culture  or  language.  The  success  of  nationalist  movements refer to  the  advancement  in independence  for  the ...

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Jee Bezos leadership style

Situational approach (Hessey and Blanchard, 1979) focuses in the situation where characterics of an effective leadership are depending on the situation. Furthermore Bezos is a transformational leader. Researchers in leadership argue that visionary and charisma are some of the characterics of a transformational leader (Mullins, 2010). A transformational leader inspires and gives vision about the next day of the organization and knows how to connect the archivements of subordinate with the organization goal...

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Leadership characteristics of a successful entrepreneur

was very motivated to make Starbucks a national and eventually international success. Shultz's vision for Starbucks has facilitated the opening of over 3,300 stores worldwide and Starbucks continues to grow at an extremely rapid pace. Along with charisma and motivation, Howard Shultz possesses many leadership attributes, which make him a very successful leader and motivator. Shultz knows how to make people feel like they are doing something important. Selling coffee is not a vital function that is...

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