The paper “ Bill Clinton’ s Two Major Leadership Styles” is an intriguing variant of the case study on management. Bill Clinton was born on 19th August 1946. His political career started when he was elected the attorney general of Arkansas and subsequently rose to be the governor and later the President. Clinton was involved in a number of CSR activities even after he exited politics and he can be seen to be more of a charismatic and transformational leader of his time. Leaders can engage in a number of actions so as to enhance social responsibility for instance by community involvement and engagement.
Since the theory stipulates that there should be parameters in place to measure the success of the CSR projects implemented the success of most of Bill Clinton's initiatives can be measured on how they have been able to improve the global health, alleviate poverty, strengthen the countries’ economies and at the same time protect the environment. Some of the major lessons learned are that leaders need to be outgoing, listening, caring and persistent to their followers (Hackman & Johnson, 2009).
As a leader, I will always make use of the technical and interpersonal are of leadership in developing your skills and capabilities of leadership. 2. BackgroundBill Clinton was born on 19th August 1946, in a small town called Hope in Arkansas by his parents William Jefferson Blythe and Virginia Cassidy Blythe. Clinton's grandparents’ played an essential role in her upbringing as her mother moved to New Orleans to study a two-year nursing course. Clinton got married to Hillary Rodham in 1975, the subsequent year. He became the Attorney general of Arkansas and in the year 1978, he won the seat of the governor and was termed as the youngest governor in the country in forty years.
In the year 1992, Clinton was elected president and in 1998 he was impeached by the House of Representatives for what they termed as perjury as well as the obstruction of justice based on the Lewinsky affair but in 1999 he was acquitted of all charges by the senate.
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