Leadership Case Study (Part 3) – Evolution of Leadership

Abraham Lincoln vs. General George Meade It’s a Question of Evolution – Leadership Analysis As a leader, President Lincoln was uniquely suited to his times. Lincoln was a Change Agent, a powerful and impatient decision maker with operational range, who inspired, motivated, and coerced bold action, which history demanded of a leader at that time. He had a responsibility to lead a rapidly expanding nation toward an uncertain future and a new frontier, on the global stage. As a Change Agent, Lincoln was completely in line with the kind of leader that a nation in transition needed and wanted. He was in essence, an instrument of social evolution. …

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