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Transcript of Mandela 2
Birthday: 7/18/18 in Mveso, South Africa
- (Sources: Wikipedia, Biography.com, Stengel 1994, Lodge 2006) Introduction Father’s loss of status and fortune in tribe
Placed with chief of Thembu
First Leadership Role Adolescence Leadership Qualities
– (Source: George & Sims, 2007)
– (Source: changingminds.org) Enrolled in University College of Fort Hare
Elected Student Representative Council
Expelled for resigning
Joins African National Congress (ANC)
Earned BA in Law from Fort Hare
Apartheid implemented across South Africa
(1950) Early Activism Functional Leadership
(Sources: Wikipedia; Hall & Moss, 1998; articlecell.com, Nelson & Quick, 2003) Leadership Qualities ANC adopts Youth League’s methods of protesting
Protesting, boycotting and civil disobedience
1952: Charged with suppression of communism
1956: Charged with treason
Founded law firm: 1952 Formed Unkhonto we Sizwe
Militant group dedicated to ending apartheid
"Spear of the Nation"
Organized a 3 day strike of national workers
Sentenced to 5 years Sentenced to life in prison: (1964)
Imprisoned at Robben Island
Earned law degree from University of London
Refused conditional reduction of sentence (1976)
Rejects pardon (1985)
Starts arranging meetings with political leaders
Officially pardoned by President (1990)
ANC ban lifted: political parties legal again Prison Servant Leadership
(Source: Nelson & Quick, 2003)
(Source: Wikipedia) Leadership Qualities Elected President of ANC: 1991
Another ANC leader assassinated
Wins Nobel Peace Prize (1993)
First Democratic elections held, Mandela elected: 1994
Advanced healthcare Politics Retired in 1999
ANC remained in power
Continued to work through Mandela Foundation
Raised money for rural schools and clinics
Mediator for Burundi Civil War (2000)
Leadership Qualities Formally retired from public life (2004)
Formed “The Elders” (2007)
Group of leaders from around the world tackling major issues
Grandson becomes head of Mveso Council
Last Public appearance: World Cup Final in South Africa Private Life Conclusion 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
Mandela Leadership In His Own Words
(Sources: mandeladay.com, newsone.com, jcc-good-leadership.tripod.com) Famous Quotes “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”
“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
"In my country we go to prison first and then become President. References Burns Transformational Leadership Theory. Leadership-Central. 11/23/2012. From http://www.leadership-central.com/burns-transformational-leadership-theory.html#axzz2ElDrivPS
George, Bill and Sims, Peter. 2007. “Discovering Your Authentic Leadership.” Harvard Business Review.
Hall, D.T., & Moss, J.E. 1998. “The New Protean Career Contract: Helping Organizations and Employees Adapt.” Organizational Dynamics, Winter, 1998.
Leadership Style: Nelson Mandela vs. Adolf Hitler. Articlecell. 11/25/2012. From http://www.articlecell.com/Article/Leadership-Style--Nelson-Mandela-Vs-Adolf-Hitler/1120462
Leadership. Wikipedia. 11/23/2012. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leadership#Functional_theory
Lodge, Tom. 2006. “Mandela: A Critical Life.” New York. Oxford
Mandela in His Own Words. CNN. 12/01/2012. From http://edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/africa/06/24/mandela.quotes/index.html
Nelson, Debra L. and James Campbell Quick (2003). Organizational Behavior: Foundations, Realities, & Challenges: 4th Edition. Mason, OH: South-Western.
Nelson Mandela. JCC Good Leadership. 11/25/2012. From http://jcc-good-leadership.tripod.com/id8.html
Nelson Mandela. Wikipedia. 11/26/2012. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nelson_Mandela.
Nelson Mandela and His Leadership Style. Jennifer Ripka Student Site. 11/26/2012. From http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/j/m/jmc441/NelsonMandela.htm
Nelson Mandela Biography. Biography. 11/29/2012. From http://www.biography.com/people/nelson-mandela-9397017
Nelson Mandela International Day. Mandela Day. 12/02/2012. From http://www.mandeladay.com/
Nelson Mandela: The Making of a Leader. Time. 11/26/2012. From http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,980693,00.html
Participative Leadership. Changing Minds. 11/23/2012. From http://changingminds.org/disciplines/leadership/styles/participative_leadership.htm
Servant Leadership. Wikipedia. 11/23/2012. From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Servant_leadership
The Man: Nelson Mandela, Vision and Lessons for African Leaders. International Peace and Conflict. 12/09/2012. From www.internationalpeaceandconflict.org
The Top 10 Nelson Mandela Quotes of All Time. NewsOne. 12/02/2012. From http://newsone.com/1397375/nelson-mandela-quotes-93rd-birthday/
Visionary Leadership. VisionaryLead. 12/09/2012. From www.visionarylead.org