charismatic


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possessing an extraordinary ability to attract

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Others have suggested that the dynamics of charismatic leadership differ with the organizational proximity of the leader and follower (Waldman & Yammarino, 1999).
While charismatic leadership has proven useful in the religious and political spheres, it is of questionable value in large, complex, publicly owned corporations.
The charismatic Blair just knows he is right, oblivious of the facts.
These elements are not exclusively Pentecostal or Charismatic.
What many current observers don't yet realize is that the nonprofit sector has more charismatic leaders per square inch than any other sector.
For instance, as advertisers or propagandists manufacture demand, so too propagandists commonly fabricate the charismatic authority of political leaders.
Drawing on sociological theory (mainly Max Weber's) as well as on past scholarship on the plays and on the plays' sources, Falco traces the phenomenon of the charismatic leader in selected early modern English tragedies.
Raphael Falco's Charismatic Authority in Early Modern English Tragedy is an ambitious attempt to understand the essentially tragic character of this compelling but finally elusive personality trait.
The "Introduction" to Charismatic Authority in Early Modern English Tragedy identifies its approach as interdisciplinary (ix).
JAMIE OSBORNE paid tribute to "a charismatic and talented racehorse" as he revealed Toast Of New York has run his last race.
40pm Bold and charismatic werewolf slave Lucian incites his species to rebel against the vampires who enslaved them.
Fox Cabane helps executives overcome this and other psychological barriers by using behavioral science-based tips to become more charismatic and influential leaders.
TEHRAN (FNA)- We tend to think that charisma is something you're born with and the charismatic people were able to captivate crowds and connect with individuals since they were kids; not true.
Studies of the effect of charismatic CEOs on profitability have led to mixed conclusions.
Ukachi's new book, THE BEST IS YET TO COME: PENTECOSTAL AND CHARISMATIC REVIVALS IN NIGERIA FROM 1914 TO 1990s ($23.