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THE 9 NATURAL LAWS OF LEADERSHIP The book I chose to read for this assignment was The 9 Natural Laws of Leadership by Warren Blank Although I havent read many leadership books I believe that this one has an original concept The belief held by the author is that leadership as in nature there are laws that govern This is the continuing theme in this book but the book itself is based on how to become a quantum leader The 9 laws themselves appear early in the book These laws are found in every leader and are as follows 1A leader has willing followers 2Leadership is a field of interaction- relationships between leaders and former allies 3Leadership occurs as an event 4Leaders use influence beyond normal authority 5Leaders operate outside the boundaries of organization 6Leadership requires risk and uncertainty 7Not everyone will follow a leaders initiative 8Consciousness- information processing capacity- creates leadership 9Leadership is a self-referral process Leaders and followers process information from their own subjective internal frame of reference In each of the following chapters these are further explained and the major ones such as consciousness leadership as an event and self-referral it goes heavily in depth All through out this book is mentioned the phrase quantum leadership As in physics quantum leadership represents the evolution to the more modern way of thinking The quantum view of leadership differs form the classical Classical Physics View of Leadership Quantum Physics View of Leadership 1 Leadership is its parts 1Leadership is a field 2 Leadership a continuous attribute of a person 2Leadership is a discontinuous event 3 Leadership influence is based on force 3Leadership influence is an interaction
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