Leadership: Blight to the Appreciation of Common Humanity of Mankind

Columbus Ogbujah


Leaders are recognized in politics, businesses, education, sports and cultural activities and indeed, in all events that entail human interactions.  Some leaders are able to manage the affairs of the public to the desired goals; others are not only unable to do so, but sometimes do oversee processes that out-rightly subvert the attainment of desired objectives of a group / corporate entity.  Anyone can be a leader.  It does not take a specific title or academic qualification to be a good leader. Rather, there are skills leaders have that make others want to perform at a high level when either working with or for them; skills that create a synergy in the activities of managers and staff (in business outfits), or promote tolerance, cohesion and integration of various components of a heterogeneous society (in political climes); qualities without which an individual who physically occupies a position of leadership is classified a bad leader.  In this work, leadership qualities were discussed along with the hindrances to the appreciation of the universal citizenship of mankind.  Findings revealed that bad leadership is a major clog on the wheel of integration of humanity into one big family of love.

Keywords: leadership, common humanity, integration, universal citizenship

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