Lord Of The Flies Ralph Leadership Analysis

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In the novel, The Lord of the Flies, leadership is very important. There are many different qualities of being a good leader. Out of all the characters in the novel, Ralph is the best leader. He has all of the leadership qualities, and he is a lot better than Jack when it comes to being a leader. To be a good leader you have to be a positive, trustworthy, and a responsible person. In this novel these boys are in a very difficult and scary situation. The plane they were on crashed and they are stranded on an island by themselves with no adults. They need to try and survive on their own, so a leader is obviously needed for this group of boys. Out of all of the characters in the book, Ralph is the best leader and the one that people should choose to follow. He displayed so many characteristics of a good leader. He had the ability to be…show more content…
He was just another very wealthy businessman. Buffet used his power and wealth for the good. He helped out a lot of major corporations that were struggling during the crisis, and he was an investor for them to keep them running. He took charge and gave some money to people and companies that were in desperate need for it, to keep them running. Just like Ralph helped keep the boys sane, so they could survive and get rescued. Buffet is also a very positive person, he didn’t mind helping these people out, he was more than happy to, just like Ralph didn’t mind to step up and help everyone in the group. In conclusion, Ralph was the best leader because he was able to demonstrate and show all of the characteristics to be a leader. He showed responsibility, courage, and determination to get rescued. He took control and stepped up to take charge of the group, and keep them safe so they would eventually get rescued. He helped everyone get through this really tough situation. Once again, without Ralph the group of boys may have never been rescued or even
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