with different groups (British, Muslims, and other Indians) to iron out differences between the
colonial regimes and the Indians.
13. Gandhi was keen on influencing people to achieve the intended goals. Ideally, he set visions for
his followers, motivating and guiding them through working processes and building morale. The
process of setting a clear understanding implies getting the followers to understand and accept
the goals underpinning a process. Building morale entails seeking to comprehend the needs of
the followers and addressing them through facilitation and recognizing their efforts.
14. During my service, I got the opportunity to meet and work with Thomas Mooty, the CEO of the
Macbee Company. Despite being 28 years old, he rose through the ranks through his reputable
leadership qualities. Mooty is an active listener. Besides, he is able to communicate in English,
French, and Arabic. As a result, he is able to manage the organization, even amidst increased
diversity due to globalization. Mooty is also demanding, but patient. His leadership approach is
mainly concerned with the emotional well-being of all employees. He usually motivates and
inspires other employees through his mastery of language. He also ensures that all the employees
share the same goals. Following his promotion as the company’s head, the company has
witnessed significant growth and profitability. It is also worth noting that the employees at the
company are fully behind him due to the proper human resource management incentives that the
company embraced under his leadership. In addition, Mooty’s leadership is also in line with the
ecceptable ethical standards.
15. I do not possess most of Mooty’s attributes. To develop some of his qualities, I will have to
begin step by step through leading small groups of people while exercising what I have learned. I
believe that practicing these aspects would enable me nurture my leadership qualities. For