form of government

(redirected from Form of Leadership)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for form of government

References in periodicals archive ?
Laissez-faire leadership style is a form of leadership where there is little or no control directed to subordinates from their superiors.
We appreciate the difficulty of managing the club, but we are determined to implement a new form of leadership, modelled after other European clubs, where the real and loyal supporters will be actively involved in the governing and executive matters," the statement said.
of Richmond and a current consultant on governance, leadership, and strategy to colleges and universities, describes how and why to use the process of strategy as a form of leadership in colleges and universities.
Uzbek strongman Islam Karimov, who has ruled Uzbekistan with an iron fist since 1989, said such events create "the illusion that it is simple to overthrow any legal form of leadership or government.
95) provides a how-to guide to developing a PLC, demonstrating a form of leadership and learning that involves examining teaching practices and considering over 30 structured opportunities to help busy educators put visions and environments into practice.
The nine essays in this section focus on a variety of issues such as: performance enhancement; the rise of commercialism; enduring controversies in the form of leadership, corruption, and the Cold War; and the politics of hosting Olympic Games.
The representative form of leadership is fundamental to democracy; however, the trustee type of leadership is essential for heads of state or government, who are charged with both protecting the interests of their people and providing a vision for their shared future.
Cairns also served on the Board of Fire Engineers from 1994 until its abolishment in favor of a strong chief form of leadership in 2003.
How can teachers move this form of leadership training beyond the textbook or "old war stories" and into the communities that students serve?
This new form of leadership has allowed the Chamber to have a tremendous impact on the region, allowing us to take on more as an organization.
I think we can forget any form of leadership from the SPL.
There is no better form of leadership than the good example of our top city bosses.
He said: "It's not additional pressure but a good form of leadership is to play well.
Author Lisa Marshall points out that the leadership model of the 1990s, the "Peter Pan" form of leadership, exalted youth--driven by the now-faded dot-com generation--and undervalued, even pushed aside, what Marshall calls "elderhood.