9 Persons Responsible for Shortage of Good Leadership

There are the following persons responsible for shortage of good leadership. These are pointed out below:

Persons responsible for shortage of good leadership

1. Government: Government is responsible for the shortage of good leadership. After liberation, corruption is practiced by all the governments. Corruption discourages good leadership.

2. Institution: Our country’s institutional structure support leadership. But for practicing corruption in the institution, the leader becomes dishonest. That is why we do not get good leaders.

3. Board of directors: Board of directors does not like leaders in their organization. They think leaders hamper organizational culture. So, we face a shortage of good leaders in our organization.

4. Family-centered leader: After 1950 we got a few good leaders. Because we could not avoid family-centered leadership.

5. Leaders themselves: Persons who are in the leading position in society. They do not want good leaders to come out of their next generation. The political leaders just use students or other people for their own benefit. But they do not help or encourage them to be a good leader.

Persons Responsible for Shortage of Good Leadership
Persons Responsible for Shortage of Good Leadership

6. Corruption: Dishonest man cannot be a good leader. In Bangladesh, there are many scopes to practice corruption. So, leaders become involved in corrupt practices and that’s why we didn’t get any leaders like Malaysia.

7. Family background: Children learn from their father and mother. From the very beginning of their childhood, guardians discourage political involvement. As a family discourages leadership, so we don’t get a good leader in the future.

8. Military rule: After liberation, we faced military rule several times Autocracy was practiced at that time. During that period leaders’ movements and activities were under strict control. Therefore a leader could not practice their leadership during this period.

9. Historical background: our people don’t want to be leaders, they want to be followers. From our historical background, we find that our people like to be followers rather than leaders. So, we face a shortage of leadership.

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