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Leadership Systems Model, Behavior, Organizations, Systems
Defining, observing, and measuring leadership skills, styles and approaches are far from being a new effort. Although research has provided much information regarding leadership, the classical leadership theories and models, processes, and behavioral views must be further integrated in order to provide a richer and wider view of leadership. Furthermore, organizations are not static; they are constantly changing and evolving over time. The purpose of this paper is to provide a conceptual model integrating these views using a systems level theory to understand the aggregate nature of leadership.