Scriptures in order of citation in text: While the Apostle Paul may never have written a journal article or book on the subject of leadership, it is nevertheless possible to glean some inferences from his inspired writings. Accordingly, nine characteristics of effective leadership are listed below, each with inclusion of a corresponding biblical text and excerpt from the leadership literature.
Early life in Boston Franklin's birthplace on Milk StreetBoston, Massachusetts Franklin's birthplace site directly across from the Old South Meeting House is commemorated by a bust atop the second floor facade of this building. Among Benjamin's siblings were his older brother James and his younger sister Jane.
Josiah wanted Ben to attend school with the clergy, but only had enough money to send him to school for two years.
He attended Boston Latin School but did not graduate; he continued his education through voracious reading. Although "his parents talked of the church as a career"  for Franklin, his schooling ended when he was ten. He worked for his father for a time, and at 12 he became an apprentice to his brother James, a printer, who taught Ben the printing trade.
When Ben was 15, James founded The New-England Courantwhich was the first truly independent newspaper in the colonies. When denied the chance to write a letter to the paper for publication, Franklin adopted the pseudonym of " Silence Dogood ", a middle-aged widow.
Dogood's letters were published, and became a subject of conversation around town. Neither James nor the Courant's readers were aware of the ruse, and James was unhappy with Ben when he discovered the popular correspondent was his younger brother.
Franklin was an advocate of free speech from an early age. When his brother was jailed for three weeks in for publishing material unflattering to the governor, young Franklin took over the newspaper and had Mrs.
Dogood quoting Cato's Letters proclaim: When he first arrived, he worked in several printer shops around town, but he was not satisfied by the immediate prospects. After a few months, while working in a printing house, Franklin was convinced by Pennsylvania Governor Sir William Keith to go to London, ostensibly to acquire the equipment necessary for establishing another newspaper in Philadelphia.
Finding Keith's promises of backing a newspaper empty, Franklin worked as a typesetter in a printer's shop in what is now the Church of St Bartholomew-the-Great in the Smithfield area of London. Following this, he returned to Philadelphia in with the help of Thomas Denham, a merchant who employed Franklin as clerk, shopkeeper, and bookkeeper in his business.
The members created a library initially assembled from their own books after Franklin wrote: A proposition was made by me that since our books were often referr'd to in our disquisitions upon the inquiries, it might be convenient for us to have them altogether where we met, that upon occasion they might be consulted; and by thus clubbing our books to a common library, we should, while we lik'd to keep them together, have each of us the advantage of using the books of all the other members, which would be nearly as beneficial as if each owned the whole.
Franklin conceived the idea of a subscription librarywhich would pool the funds of the members to buy books for all to read.
This was the birth of the Library Company of Philadelphia: InFranklin hired the first American librarian, Louis Timothee. The Library Company is now a great scholarly and research library.Somos Primos JULY , Online Issue Mimi Lozano © Dedicated to Hispanic Heritage and Diversity Issues Society of Hispanic Historical and Ancestral Research.
The Servant Leader discusses the importance of leaders who adopt a service oriented attitude in which they care for the needs of others before their own. A servant leader need not be an actual servant or have ever been a servant to become a servant leader. Rather, a servant leader is born with or.
This is seen throughout the writings of Robert K. Greenleaf, from his first, seminal essay on servant-leadership to his posthumously published writings. Behavioral theorists have identified 10 major leadership characteristics, or ‘attributes’ in.
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERACTIVE Readings in Educational Psychology. Developed by: W. Huitt Last updated: November Words: Length: 3 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: Leadership The author of this report is asked to answer to a number of questions relating to leadership.
First is a compare and contrast of Fiedler's Model of Leadership followed by a description of the Cognitive Resource Theory. Robert K. Greenleaf (–) was the founder of the modern Servant leadership movement and the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership..
Greenleaf was born in Terre Haute, Indiana in After graduating from Carleton College in Minnesota, he went to work for AT&T, then the American Telephone and Telegraph srmvision.com the next forty years he researched management, .