Where We Came From

August 2007
Fire Chief;Aug2007 Supplement, Vol. 51, p10
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the evolution of leadership thinking that was started from the ancient attitudes. The author looks at how leadership transformed in different ways, which was represented by the notable philosophers. He somehow mentioned that the Ancient Chinese philosophers advocated non-coercive ethical leadership and empowerment for the leadership programs. The author explored four leadership transformations including the concept of leaders and leadership and mass communication.


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