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Nelson Mandela
Done by: (3B1)
 Chua Song Yang
 Daryl Lim
 Li Zhaobin
 Wang Qiyu
Definition of leadership
The art of motivating a group of people
to act towards achieving a common goal.
Born in Transkei, South Africa on July 18,
 Joined the African National Congress in
◦ engaged in resistance against the ruling
National Party's apartheid policies after 1948
 Nelson Mandela argued for the setting up of a
military wing within the ANC after the banning
of the ANC
◦ formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe
Arrested in 1962 and jailed for 27 years
 Released on February 11, 1990.
 In 1991, at the first national conference of
the ANC held in South, Mandela was
elected President of the ANC
 Mandela led his party in the negotiations
that led to multi-racial democracy in 1994
Qualities of Nelson Mandela
Tolerance. Imagine yourself doomed in
prison for 27 years. But most importantly,
he had a vision, to end the apartheid
policy, not only in South Africa, but
elsewhere too. Since he got into politics
very early, he gained some tough
experience or better say it was a 'long
walk to freedom'.
 Determination. He Never Gave Up
Analysis of Leadership
” leader
one who runs a company, group,
team etc. effectively
” leader
one who leads his company in a
way that transforms the company into an industry
Analysis of Leadership
Good decision
Have passion in
leading others
• Know what is best for
the team
• Has the best interests
Team builder
• Capable in motivating
the team to work better
• Keep the team’s spirit up
• Confidence
• Charming and inspiring
Has a vision
Has character
• Know what to
do next
• Has individual
characteristics &
Is Nelson Mandela a good or great
Has passion in life:
Nelson Mandela personifies passion
Sacrificed his private life and his youth for his people, and remains
South Africa's best known and loved hero
Participated actively
in struggle
politics toisoppose
my life'the apartheid movement.
Seeing the unfairness
and discrimination
- Nelson
Mandelathat the black and
coloured people are subjected to in South Africa, he strives to end
the racial segregation.
His whole life is lived in the vision of creating racial equality.
When you are passionate, it will give you a clear purpose in life. As a
result, it attract passionate people into your life. Passion is the fuel of
life. It creates an abundance of energy that sustain your actions. They
have this charisma and forcefulness that compels us to follow their
lead and do great things.
Is Nelson Mandela a good or great
Never give up
Spent 27 years behind bars as a political prisoner
Undaunted, in 1994, 4 years after his release from prison, he
became the first democratically elected president of South Africa,
despite being
at the agewe
of 75all believe that
is government,
a great leader
Even Nelson
against a powerful,
he persisted
In prison, Mandela kept at his struggle and influenced greatly the
young black activist imprisoned in Robben Island, dubbed 'Mandela
University', signifying his great influence in the anti apartheid
movement even when imprisoned.
'Not giving up' has a new meaning observing the life of Mandela.
When faced with challenges, he kept working and did not give up to
realize his dream, each time with new vigor, denying his enemy any
chance of crushing his spirit.
Fought for the freedom of the blacks in
South Africa
◦ Apartheid
 Separated the whites and the blacks
 Forced the blacks to live in slums with no sewage
system or electricity
 Blacks had to work in inhumane environments
Significant Events
Joined the African National Congress
(ANC) in 1944 and engaged in resistance
against the ruling National Party’s
apartheid policies after 1948
 Unlawfully thrown into jail for so-claimed
◦ However acquitted in 1961
Significant Events
Formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe
◦ However in 1962, one year after the
formation of the Umkhonto we Sizwe,
Mandela was arrested and sentenced to hard
labour for 5 years
◦ In 1963, Mandela was accused of plotting to
overthrow the government by violence
 Sentenced to life imprisonment
Significant Events
Turning point of Mandela’s struggle for
◦ During Mandela’s sentence for life
imprisonment, he gained international fame
for being a freedom fighter
◦ The anti-apartheid movement grew stronger
while people planned with Mandela being in
 These plans were executed after Mandela was
Significant Events
After Mandela’s release
– He plunged himself wholeheartedly into his life's work,
striving to attain the goals he and others had set out
almost four decades earlier.
– In 1991, at the first national conference of the ANC held
inside South Africa after the organization had been
banned in 1960
• Mandela was elected President of the ANC while his lifelong
friend and colleague, Oliver Tambo, became the organisation's
National Chairperson.