Here is the story of a strong woman named Lynsey Addario. She was a professional photojournalist but before that she had to get there first. She was a young girl when she wanted to become a professional photojournalist. She had to go to school, and graduate college way before she could even think about that.
One of the leadership theories or traits that she possessed throughout this was the behavioral leadership theory. She did this by earning her way from the bottom to the top. She finally graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She went from from being a little girl to becoming a strong woman and a great photojournalist.
Another leadership trait or theory that she possesses is the visionary trait. She possessed that trait because she was able to inspire so many people including the people that decided to put her work in venues such as New York Historical Society, the Jewish Museum, Berlin, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Field Museum in Chicago.
In addition to some of those leadership trait or theories, she also possesses the Laissez-Faire trait. That trait is something that she might use a lot, or not so much. If she has a group of people that are working together to give her an assignment to do, she needs to be able to trust them that they will give her something that she is capable of doing and she can complete it in a certain amount of time.
One of the last leadership traits she has is the path-goal leadership. She possesses this trait because she is supportive, directive, participative, and she is good at accomplishing achievements given to her. She is good at supporting herself and other people in continuing their work and she is direct about what she makes in her photojournalism. She is also not one of those people who would just give up over nothing.
Since she possesses all of these leadership traits and theories, she is an inpendent women that is able to inspire so many people and motivate even more to become better. Because of her amazing work, she got a MacArthur award in 2009 when she was 35 years old and she was very dedicated to her work.
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