The Leadership Of Martin Luther King And Robert Oppenheimer

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“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.” Warren Bennis
Leadership is ability to have impact on individuals and groups, directing their efforts for achievement of the purpose of the organization. Leadership – the most important component of the effective operating not only in organization but in live. Leadership differs from the management which assumes rather rigid and formalized system of the relations of domination – submission. The leader is a symbol of a community and an example of behavior of group. It moves forward, as a rule, from below, mainly spontaneously and is accepted by followers.
My essay is about giving my opinion on leadership of Martin Luther King and Robert Oppenheimer by analyzing the history of their great live. In my understanding this two people were not born as a leaders. “The most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born-that there is a genetic factor to leadership. That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born.” —Warren Bennis
Robert Oppenheimer since the early childhood was called the child prodigy. He early learned to read, write and even before receipt in school was interested in everything: literature, history, sciences, and art. From reading the book “Leading Minds” of Howard Gardner I can say that Oppenheimer was very talented person but in my understanding he wasn’t a great leader. He is known as the research supervisor of the Manhattan project within whom in the years of

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