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leader in English:

1. leadership leadership


Certainly there are downsides to leadership by coercion and force.
He is the leadership of the crew.
To be a director you need good leadership skills.
Moral leadership is more powerful than any weapon.
The British would need strong leadership.
Lincoln is admired because of his leadership.
Who has leadership?
Changes of leadership have a great effect on the international political economy.
The teacher may say nothing, grading the students on how much they participate, what they add to the discussion, and their leadership of it.
Leadership by coercion would not produce the results we see.
Speaking with reporters in Montreal, Canada, Walesa says the change of leadership in East Germany came about because the old guard leaders missed the train of history.
You must act under the leadership of your supervisor.
His leadership skills needed a lot of improvement.
The leadership makes all important decisions.

English word "leader"(leadership) occurs in sets:

World formation

2. lead lead


lead (v)
Just how tiresome was it to argue straight against the phrase "Don't blindly follow America's lead!"
In daredevil car races, there are moments when the drivers place themselves between the devil and the deep blue sea, trying to take the lead.
No man can know them, no hunter can shoot them, with powder and lead - Thoughts are free!
Even if the opinions of others can be supressed, I cannot imagine to what results my speech may lead.
This might lead us to believe that a simple culture would make use of a simple language, that a complex culture would make use of a complex language, and so on.
More than iron, more than lead, more than gold I need electricity. I need it more than I need lamb or pork or lettuce or cucumber. I need it for my dreams.
You have to think of the example you're setting. You'll never be able to lead if you don't set an example worth following.
to show someone where to go, usually by taking them to a place or by going in front of them; "She led them down the hall." "We followed a path that led us up the mountain." "You lead and we'll follow." "I'll lead the way (= go first to show the route)."
"This industry represents a growing global market in which Europe should take the lead and achieve its independence. "
She had the job of doing basic training with the pups, getting them used to walking on a lead.
Beside this, eating big meal twice a day, leads to increase stomach, and the greater stomach, the large portion need to be fill.
You can see both sides of almost any issue -- and while it might exasperate your friends and lead to a few Hamlet moments, you're perfectly happy with your broad perspective

3. establishing the organizational culture and motivating the staff



English word "leader"(establishing the organizational culture and motivating the staff) occurs in sets:

1.1 Management in context - Pespectives on management