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A lot of people have written about leadership and leaders.
For instance Hannagan (2008) defines leadership as the process of motivating other people to act in a particular way in order to achieve specific goals.
Hannagan further elaborates that good leadership can result in success, but poor leadership can result in failure.
Jassy (2001) on the other hand opinions that leadership is a game for two whereby the leader and those led tend to be in opposition to and in complementarily with one another.
Thus the leadership enjoys power and influence; this is because they are the ones that give direction to the organization.
As Dym and Huston (2005) put that the activities of leadership involve interactions of people.
They continue to enumerate that leadership involves interactions in which the leaders make requests and the followers’ comply.
Binney et al., (2004) shares similar sentiments that leadership is what happens between people in a particular moment or situation, the result of interactions between and within individuals and groups.
Dym and Hutson (2005) further emphasize that leaders hire followers with the premise, explicit or implicit that their orders will be carried out.
Jacklyne Okello Alari holds a Bachelor of Education-Science (Mathematics & Biology); a Master of Education in Educational Administration and Planning and a Doctor of Philosophy in Education Administration and Leadership.
She has several years of experience as a university educator, an administrator, a mentor and a researcher.
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