Swimmer accomplished many of his goals for the Cherokee people and set the Nation on a path of growth and stability. His methods were not without criticism from traditional Cherokees. However, Swimmer built the foundation for a corporate government that instilled pride in the Cherokee people and provided opportunity for self-sufficiency.continued, new leadership theories have been suggested for consideration. One example is a theory of Participative Leadership. Participative Leadership Theory Leithwood and Duke (1998) credit Yukl (1994) with adopting the termanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Leadership of Ross O. Swimmer 1975--1985: A Case Study of a Modern Cherokee Principal Chief|
|Author||:||Jo Layne Kehle|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|