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Group Leader Style and Functions

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Sorskii/Sorsky, Nil(us) (leader of Non-Possessors Russian monastic group):

Communicating about Climate Change with Religious Groups and Leaders

Dowie, John Alexander (1847-1907), faith healer and leader of a religious group

BUCHMAN, Frank N. D. (1878 - 1961), leader of the Oxford Group; initiator of Moral Rearmament (MRA)

Resident-Assisted Montessori Programming (RAMP): Training Persons With Dementia to Serve as Group Activity Leaders

WEST, Stephen Craig (born 1952), Senior Group Leader, Francis Crick Institute, since 2015

WILKINSON, David George (born 1958), Group Leader, Francis Crick Institute, since 2015

GOULD, Alexander Paul (born 1964), Group Leader, Francis Crick Institute, since 2015

OVENDEN, John Frederick (born 1942), County Councillor, Kent, 1985–2001 (Leader, Labour Group, and Co-Leader of Council, 1994–97)

ALAMBRITIS, Stephen (born 1957), Leader of the Council, Merton London Borough Council, since 2010 (Member (Lab), since 2003; Leader, Labour Group, since 2007)

KING, Albert (1905 - 1995), Leader, Labour Group, Leeds Metropolitan District Council, 1975–78, retired (Leader of the Council with one break, 1958–75)

HOWARTH, Robert Lever (born 1927), Member (Lab), Bolton County Borough, then Metropolitan Borough, Council, 1972–2004 (Leader, Labour Group, 1975–2004; Leader of the Council, 1980–2004)

HIPKIN, John (born 1935), Member (Ind), since 2008, and Leader, Independent Group, since 2013, Cambridge City Council (Member (Lib Dem), 1992–2007); Member (Ind) and Leader, Independent Group, Cambridgeshire County Council, since 2013

BRETT, Timothy Edward William (born 1949), Member (Lib Dem), Fife Unitary Council, since 2003 (Leader, Lib Dem Group, since 2012)

Two groups of phenylalanine biosynthetic operon leader peptides genes: a high level of apparently incidental frameshifting in decoding Escherichia coli pheL

SAKMANN, Bert (born 1942), Scientific Director, 2010–11, and Group Leader, Digital Neuroanatomy, since 2010, Max Planck Florida Institute


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A person who facilitates interaction among members of a group and others outside the group, recognized by group members and others as the leader or spokesman. The group leader may be chosen by consensus among group members, elected, or appointed by an outside authority. The last of these is unlikely to work well if not accepted by members of the group.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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