*** Use a high school teacher (any subject you want) as the leader
1. Select a leader with whom you are personally familiar at either a current or former place of employment. If you can’t identify a leader from a current or former work setting, select a leader from some other experience you have encountered such as a teacher, coach, religious leader, community volunteer, family member, and so forth. Create an alias for this person including a brief description, their role, and your relationship to them. Avoid including any information that would allow the person to be identified.
2. Describe the leadership characteristics possessed by this person, or explain which important characteristics this person lacks.
3. Discuss the leadership abilities of this person through the lense of situational, path-goal, or leader-member exchange leadership theory.
4. If you were providing helpful leadership advice to this person, what would you suggest?

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