Traits that built African American Women Leaders in the Area of Governance in South Carolina

Traits that built African American Women Leaders in the Area of Governance in South Carolina

by Doretha Walker

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Traits that built African American Women Leaders in the Area of Governance in South Carolina by Doretha Walker

Despite the tragedy of the past, a few African American women have managed to obtain positions of leadership. This paper will analyze, evaluate, compare and contrast the historical theories of transformational, transactional, and servant leadership by Burns, Bass, Riggio, House, and Greenleaf that perhaps contributed to their success.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013579750
Publisher: Sistergirlfriend
Publication date: 11/10/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 47 KB

About the Author

Marathoner, triathlete, immediate Past President of the Center for Women. Guest columnist for the Post & Courier, guest co-host of the Edge first and only Women's Empowerment Talk show. Adjunct instructor at the Art Institute of Charleston, author of the inspirational blog We Can Fly Higher and guest blogger on Get Your Leadership BIG on. Founder of the Walker Phenomenal Spirit Award which funds women’s dreams.

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