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what actually a leader is

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  1. Mayur

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    If you want to get into politics, there are several good places to start.
    I will say,
    One of the best is to simply begin to follow the political news. Watch TV news, read the newspaper, or follow it online. It doesn’t matter where you get the news, as long as you are getting it.
    Another thing to do right away is form your political ideologies. You may already have them (most people do), but you probably still need to solidify some of your views. Practice debating with people just to make sure you have them down.
    Once you’ve done that, you may be ready to get into politics in a major way: by becoming a politician yourself.

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      First of all I want to tell you about leader. Leader is personal who do things right in the sense in right direction and who are responsible to do getting things done from others.They set direction ,they must also use management skills to guide their people to the right destination, in a smooth and efficient way.
      Leader who does following things:-
      1>Creates an inspiring vision of the future.
      2>Motivates and inspires people to engage with that vision.
      3>Manages delivery of the vision.
      4>Coaches and builds a team, so that it is more effective at achieving the vision.

      Leadership brings together the skills needed to do these things.

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