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Lessons from the Iron Lady: Critiquing Margaret Thatcher's Leadership Style

“Being a leader is like being a lady. If you have to remind people you are, you aren’t.” This is a blunt and honest quote from England’s longest serving prime minister, Margaret Thatcher. This quotation is a great representation of Thatcher’s leadership style: blunt, deliberate, and straightforward. She was a controversial figure (both in politics and leadership) but regardless of personal opinion, we can learn important lessons from her experiences. Whether you favor her leadership style or prefer something different, there is valuable information in analyzing her personality traits. In this workshop, we will examine her leadership style and discuss pros and cons through clips from the film, “The Iron Lady”.

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