Does nurturance play an equal or more important role?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a case studies case study and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.I am attaching the case study along with this question.Please answer these three questions:Before the identities of these future leaders are revealed, complete Question 1.1. Rank the strength of each person (on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 as high) for each leadership trait listed. Use the “explanation” column to support your ranking.B1, B2, and B3 all became influential world leaders, serving as consecutive U.S presidents. You may recognize them as President Bill Clinton (B1), President George W. Bush (B2), and President Barack Obama (B3).2. The chapter strongly implies that leadership is about traits—people become leaders because of their traits. In light of what you know about these men and their presidencies, do you feel the traits approach adequately captures the essence of their leadership? Does nurturance play an equal or more important role? Why or why not?3. Of all the traits exhibited by these three leaders, what one trait would you like to have for yourself? Explain why.
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