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leader

the senior barrister, usually a Queen's Counsel, in charge of the conduct of a case.
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The youth gave the leaders a powerful jerk, and they plunged aside, and re-entered the road in the position in which they were first halted.
“What, monsieur,” said Richard, who was busily assisting the black in taking off the leaders; “are you there?
The leader was speaking at the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) led All-Party Demonstration to demand the release of leaders detained in Jammu & Kashmir at Jantar Mantar here.
Unfortunately having power has a tendency to lead to corruption if the leader isn't careful.
Leadership life is developed consciously by the leader through personal growth.
'Firstly, a leader must have integrity and honesty as without them, the leader will be corrupt and untrustworthy.
The leader who dives into the turbulence is a "servant leader," according to the blog posting, and "servant leaders notice how stormy seas impact the crew."
More recently, Lau and Liden (2008) proposed that trust in a coworker would be influenced by the interaction between the leader's trust for that coworker and others' trust in the leader, as well as the interaction between the leader's trust for that coworker and group performance.
When succession planning is done correctly, there is less disruption when the leader leaves.
3 -- "I recognise Rajavarothiam Sampanthan as the leader of the opposition," House Speaker Karu Jayasuriya said.
the crucible) exist to consume the dross of self so the leader is humbly drawn into servant leadership; how to become the unique leader you were meant to be; the encouragement and guidance to shape your inward journey as you become an outwardly successful, authentic leader.
Official notifications of the Leader of the House and Opposition Leader in Senate have been issued here on Wednesday.