Informative Speech On 9/11 Visionary Leader

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September 11, 2001, I was in my history class and there was a knock on the door. Our teacher answered the door and had a discussion with a staff member. Mr Jenkins walked back into the classroom with a fearful look on his face. He informed us that a plane has crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City. At that time we turned on the television and within minutes the second aircraft crashed into the world trade center. I know where I was and that I was scared. Where were you, what did you feel? Myself along with many Americans were immediately looking for a visionary leader. I believe President George W. Bush was a visionary leader by his ADB after the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Good morning, today I am going to talk to you about President Bush and how he was a visionary leader to following the September 11 2001 attack on the United States. I am going to discuss the change management element of adaptability in regards to emotional flexibility that he displayed as president and how he was a transformational leader, specifically in the Inspiration Motivation trait. Then I…show more content…
Genovese and The Transformations of the Bush Presidency: 9/11 and Beyond, on September 10th President Bush was a man whom many believed did not actually win the presidency and was the object of more mockery than respect. And then, September 11th happened, what a difference a day can make. From the lesson of Full Range Leadership lesson we needed a leader with Inspirational Motivation and we got from President Bush. Americans exhibits confidence in their leader; and bought into his vision. Not only did Americans do this, but so didn’t our North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies. Additionally our British allies joined us in a bombing campaign in early October 2001 once the Afghanistan regime let it be known that they wouldn’t surrender the leadership. By mid-November NATO occupied Kabul. They followed our Presidents vision, making him a visionary
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