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Leadership Evaluation of Margaret Thatcher Research Paper

… Thatcher's political career, and despite being reelected for a third term as prime minister in 1987, she was publically challenged by her own political party and was subsequently forced to resign in 1990 (Decosterd, 2013). It is possible, however, that this eventuality could have been avoided altogether if Ms. Thatcher had recognized that her leadership style and tactics were failing to produce the desired outcomes and taken steps to adapt. Indeed, being "strong-willed" is one thing, but stubbornly refusing to accept changes in reality is quite another. To her credit, though, Ms. Thatcher was highly effective at using various motivational techniques to help achieve her political goals and these issues are discussed further below.

2. Describe how three motivational techniques (e.g., recognition, praise, goal setting,…. [read more]


Managing Human Resources Assessment

… Managing Human Resources

Leadership Style Analysis

The leadership styles of company managers are able to significantly influence its success. The type of leadership is the result of education, personality, and skills of each leader. Some of the leaders present a combination of leadership styles in accordance with the business they address and the objectives of their company.

Rupert Murdoch is one of the most successful businessmen with numerous international companies. The success of the media mogul can be attributed to several factors. The most important factor that influenced his success is represented by Murdoch's orientation towards innovation. Murdoch understood that in order to create competitive advantage and to build a strong company it is important to use innovation.

Murdoch wanted to make the rules in…. [read more]


No-Fault Compensation in UK Medical Malpractice Thesis

… 2 The survey tried to quantify the frequency and/or severity of adverse effects through a population sampling experienced as a result of their medical treatment. The respondent sample consisted of 3638 men and 4568 women, or a total population of 8,206.



395, or 4.8% (4.8 in every 100) patients felt that they had suffered some illness, injury or impairment, which directly resulted from their medical treatment or care. This figure is slightly higher than the estimates derived using the methodology from the Harvard Medical Malpractice Study, which estimated that 3.7 in every 100 patients suffered "adverse effect." The report noted that the proportion responding "positively declined with increasing age and was inversely associated with social grade." Further, the report stated, "there was…. [read more]

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