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Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln, Napoleon...what do these people have in common? Most individuals would consider these people to be some of the greatest leaders of all time. Can you think of other great leaders? What makes a great leader? These were some of the questions leading to the first organized attempts to study leadership. In the early twentieth century, leadership traits were studied to determine what made certain people great leaders. Since then, however, it has been proven that although traits may be part of the picture, they are by no means the entire picture.
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