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When Rosa Parks was arrested in December 1955 for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man, JoAnn Robinson and the Women's Political Council initiated a bus boycott. As leader of the boycott organization, King gave his initial civil rights address to an overflow crowd at Holt Street Baptist Church, inspiring his audience to continue the boycott. By the time the protest ended a year later, he emerged as a national figure in the struggle for racial equality. Appearing in 1958, his book about the boycott, Stride toward Freedom, articulated the politics of nonviolence. LIFE SKETCH Slide 3: In 1963, orchestrating a major civil rights campaign in Birmingham, he answered critics with his famous essay “Letter from Birmingham Jail”. LIFE SKETCH Slide 4: Dr. King’s Beliefs Dr. King’s concept of “somebodiness,”which symbolized the celebration of human worth of white, black and poor people alike. His philosophy of nonviolent direct action and his strategies for rational and non-destructive social change reordered the nation’s priorities. His wisdom, his words, his actions, his commitment, and his dream for a new way of life are intertwined with the American experience. Dr. King’s Death was April 4, 1968 Dr. King is assassinated as he stands talking on the balcony of his second-floor room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. LIFE SKETCH Slide 5: Intelligent - Read, study, and seek challenging assignments. How intelligent he was to make the right decision on his movements and speeches. TRAITS Slide 6: Fair-minded - Show fair treatment to all people. Prejudice is the enemy of justice. Display empathy by being sensitive to the feelings, values, interests, and well-being of others. Imaginative - Make timely and appropriate changes in your thinking, plans, and methods. Show creativity by thinking of new and better goals, ideas, and solutions to problems. TRAITS Slide 7: Self confidence- The goals he set for himself was that” I will not rest until all black men, women, children are free of segregation”. Integrity- By taking responsibility for his actions, shown by him going to jail and by him being beat up or even killed. Trust- King was a great leader. He is a man that will never be forgotten. This is because of all the good things that he has done for America and the Black population TRAITS Slide 8: When we think of Martin Luther King as a leader, the first thought that comes to mind was his ability to make stirring, emotionally arousing speeches. I think we need to look below the surface of his inspirational speech making ability to see what was the real essence of his leadership. For me, he was a leader because he challenged the status quo, he called for change, in this case, for justice for African Americans. King promoted a better way, a new direction. He showed courage to stand up for what he believed in the face of real risks to his safety. TRAITS Slide 9: “ I Have a Dream”: “I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a desert state, sweltering with the heat of injustice and oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.” INSPIRATIONAL APPEAL Personal appeal This leadership was not confined to fine speeches. In private meetings, King was generally quiet. He listened while others argued, often angrily and at length, and then he would calmly sum up the debate and identify a way forward. King had a remarkable ability to get people who would otherwise be constantly feuding to work together. He was consistently reluctant to sever or sour relations with anyone who might help the cause. King became the vital centre - a point of balance and unity. INFLUENCE AND POWER Slide 10: Leadership model Heresy and Blanchard Selling (high task/high relationship behaviour). Here, while most of the direction is given by the leader, there is an attempt at encouraging people to ‘buy into’ the task. Sometimes characterized as a ‘coaching’ approach, it is to be used when people are willing and motivated but lack the required ‘maturity’ or ‘ability’. Although King cultivated a coalition of people of 'good will', he learned that he needed more than simply moral suasion to overturn segregation. Though the people didn't always believe in the non-violent way of achieving his goal, but he through his speeches and his action as made people believe in him. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.