leadership

[ lee-der-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF leadership

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEADERSHIP

For not only leadership is passed from generation to generation, but so is stewardship.

The Earth people revolted, under the leadership of Amos Peabody.

There is no doubt about your leadership by sea: it is already secured.

These are the folk over whom you will exercise your leadership.

Like Tom Sawyer, he loved the glare and trappings of leadership.

There is a greater complexity in the leadership, and a greater complexity in the group itself.

Our decision to train lay couples for leadership was not hastily made.

And on the other hand, it must find and fit men and women for leadership.

The peasant has his own limited capacities for leadership; but they are limited.

But between free men where there is not comprehension there can be no leadership.

WORD ORIGIN

1821, "position of a leader," from leader + -ship. Sense extended by late 19c. to "characteristics necessary to be a leader."

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