By R. W. J. Keeble
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Maybrat is a Papuan language that's spoken within the vital zone of the Bird's Head Peninsula , Papua Province , Indonesia . although it really is one of many better neighborhood languages in Papua Province when it comes to numbers of audio system, a accomplished grammar in this language has hitherto now not been released.
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Only people open to love and ready to be hurt, open to welcome and ready to be rejected, open to rejoicing and ready for grief, only such people can help others to grow to their full stature, to a life full of meaning. For growth is by hurt and failure and pain, by blows, dryness, darkness and desolation as well as by companionship, achievement, warmth, reciprocity, discovery. 12 "Additional material relevant to this Chapter includes: Wall, W. , The World of 4EL, Education, 23 and 30 October and 6 November 1964.
For the elected leader more than for the promoted administrator these qualities matter. Emotional stability, too, is an aspect of reliability that one so often hears quoted as a desirable characteristic. A leader who has the serenity to meet difficulties and hostility without panic and without nagging other people and who can help his group to keep steadily on course, is usually considered mature and capable and to have the strength and consistency that groups expect and certainly need. We have, perhaps, overlooked one or two rather obvious factors, such as a willingness to accept responsibility and all the tasks and strains of the leadership position, and to be aware of what it means in regard to such duties as forward planning and personal attention to subordinates.
The authoritarian tends to be more conventional and conformist, more rigid, more opposed to idealism (which he tends to castigate as "softness"), more calculating, more in need of material and emotional support, more anxious for a simple answer, more ready to accept a "strong" lead, more interested in prestige. ) Again, the nature of the goal or task which the group sets itself decides to some extent, often to a very noticeable extent, the kind of leadership it wants and gets: indeed, within the life of a group different tasks may call for and throw up different leaders.