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Leadership as an Art


Sharon Parks (2005) deals with the ongoing (seemingly for eons) controversy concerning the underlying nature of leadership. The controversy may be summed-up in a question. "Is leadership an art, or is leadership a science?" While Parks (2005) acknowledges the existence of the issue, she makes the case in the article that the concept of leadership as an art has generally been rejected. In fact, however, the concept of leadership as an art has received wide support over the years from noteworthy theorists in leadership and management.

Sven Lundstedt (1975) said that leadership "is the ability to influence the behavior of others in a group or organization, set up goals for a group, formulate paths to the


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