June 25, 2012 | 4:39 pm
Posted by Samira Asemanfar
As a college student, I was on campus every day - not in class, but rather in organization meetings and events. I was always sitting in on project planning meetings. At the time, I thought leadership was learned and I was on a mission! I was thirsty to learn how to build, grow and lead.
Is leadership an inherent set of traits or can it be learned? Psychologists have been researching this question for years. My personal belief is that it is both learned and inherent. I think you are born with a set of some leadership qualities that you use to build other qualities through out your lifetime.
Recently, I was reading INC. Magazine (June 2012 Issue) and really enjoyed their well-rounded list of 13 prevalent types of leaders - “13 Ways of Looking at a Leader.” It’s important to be aware of who you are and how you operate. The better you know yourself, the better you can lead yourself to be an awesome person in society. The 13 types are listed below, but for the full read click here.
I would love to hear which of the 13 types of leadership you identify with. Personally, I probably have a tiny bit of each one in different circumstances, however my dominant types are: Adaptive, Authentic, Level 5, and Servant.
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