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  • n. Plural form of impressor.


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  • The adhesive leader (who seems to share the followers’ attitudes) is opposite in every respect to the infusive (inspiring and influential) type, according to Nafe, who added the following additional categories to his taxonomy: static versus dynamic, impressors versus expressors, volunteer versus drafted, general versus specialized, temporary versus permanent, conscious versus unconscious, professional versus amateur, and personal versus impersonal.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership


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