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Table of Contents:
- Who is an example of a traditional leader?
- Who is a rational leader?
- What supports traditional authority?
- What is the role of traditional authorities?
- What do you call someone who acts on your behalf?
Who is an example of a traditional leader?
Modern Techniques of Management He described three leadership styles: charismatic, bureaucratic and traditional. Traditional leadership is defined as a style where power is given to the leader based on traditions of the past. Current examples would be kings, dictators and many of today's business leaders.
Who is a rational leader?
Rational leadership means dealing with human nature and with reasoning. It deals with being in control of one's self by having the power to control your brain and thought processes to actually think before you speak, act, or react to any given situation.
What supports traditional authority?
The authority in traditional authority is derived from custom, tradition or established norms and is derived, says Weber, from the concept of patriarchal mastery in the family unit. Other family members respect the rule of inheritance and obey the patriarch, although he has no real means of enforcing obedience.
What is the role of traditional authorities?
Traditional authorities provided political, societal, economic, cultural and religious leadership for local communities. The relationship between the traditional community and traditional leader was very important and highly respected.
What do you call someone who acts on your behalf?
Sometimes it helps to have someone else who can speak on your behalf and represent your interests, especially in formal situations or when you don't feel very confident. A person who speaks on your behalf in this way is often called an 'advocate'.
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