Adjective "leadership" definition and examples

(Leadership may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈliːdəʃɪp/

Definitions and examples

noun

The action of leading a group of people or an organization.
  1. 'This Government is in a unique position to show leadership in bilingualism.'
  2. 'Without the proper leadership training, these soldiers are being set up for failure.'
  3. 'The board will provide leadership on national issues that impact our members.'
  4. 'The report singled out the quality of teaching, leadership and management within the school.'
  5. 'But at the same time he wanted leaders to exercise strong moral leadership.'
  6. 'So we should welcome and push for a leadership election campaign as soon as it's feasible.'
  7. 'Her presentation topics have included functional piano, contemporary piano literature and leadership skills.'
  8. 'Teenage clubs would be formed in schools to tackle teenage angst and improve leadership qualities.'
  9. 'The Greens have been pleased to work with the Government to provide leadership on transport issues.'
  10. 'There are only two people in a position to provide such leadership.'
  11. 'the party prospered under his leadership'
  12. 'More often than not, they assumed a position of leadership within the malebonds, along with the alpha husband.'
  13. 'Martin will likely call an election some time after assuming leadership of the country.'
  14. 'What we have in our society is that we like to apportion blame to those in positions of leadership.'
  15. 'The recent bungled challenge to his leadership has been damaging to him and the party.'
  16. 'In 1976 Wilson announced his resignation and Callaghan beat Michael Foot to assume the party leadership and prime ministership.'
  17. 'I'm also motivated by seeing others succeed under my leadership or with my support.'
  18. 'It was no coincidence that the golden age of British television happened under his leadership.'
  19. 'Under his leadership, the Foundation has raised more funds this past year than ever before.'
  20. 'People appointed to positions of leadership should not crave power for its own sake.'
  21. 'As a liberal, as a progressive, he had risen to a position of leadership in society.'
  22. 'Don't expect anything better than last season's first-round exit, though, unless the veteran leadership comes through.'
  23. 'He accused the union leadership of collaborating with management in disciplining casual workers and transferring them.'
  24. 'The leadership seemed to become increasingly aware that it needed economic reforms.'
  25. 'Local leaderships and administrators everywhere were expected to work in the local language, which implied a lesser role for Russians outside the Russian Republic.'
  26. 'Clearly, the leadership does not understand the need to court public opinion in a democracy.'
  27. 'The growing support for the protests panicked the government and union leaderships, who began to look for a way to shut down the campaign.'
  28. 'The linkage between a tight ruling circle and the military coupled with oil revenues in the successive regimes created authoritarian leaderships.'
  29. 'He described the key to initial success as being the existence of a good working relationship between the respective administrative leaderships.'
  30. 'I am rather asserting that the laity feels that church leadership does not know what it is talking about.'
  31. 'He charged that leadership at the highest levels of the academy implicitly endorses Christianity.'

More definitions

1. the position or function of a leader, a person who guides or directs a group: He managed to maintain his leadership of the party despite heavy opposition.Synonyms: administration, management, directorship, control, governorship, stewardship, hegemony.

2. ability to lead: As early as sixth grade she displayed remarkable leadership potential.Synonyms: authoritativeness, influence, command, effectiveness; sway, clout.

3. an act or instance of leading; guidance; direction: The

More examples(as adjective)

"skills can be leadership."

"abilities can be leadership."

"programmes can be leadership."

"positions can be leadership."