Leadership is something that stands out. Good leadership is always important. You always want to follow the strongest person in the group right? Well in the book called “Lord of the Flies” Ralph is a better leader than Jack. Some reasons include Ralph has a goal or clear vision of being rescued.
One thing we have in common is that we both lead our teams to victory and our countries to victory. We both could be considered friendly because we have large circles of friends. In our personality traits of ESJF we are leaders and friendly people. Truman once said “I like to live and do things for people and think of the other fellow’s troubles instead
What makes a leader? I believe a leader to be intelligent ,tough, and has the determination to achieve a goal. Having certain skills will have an impact on you being a trustable leader. Being selfless and caring are also characteristics. Malcolm X his birth name Malcolm Little is a fine a example of a leader and has most of these leadership qualities.
The Meaning of Being a Leader Being a leader is more than making people follow you. A leader is someone who knows how to manage and help others do the right thing. In The Odyssey, it’s characters portrayed many traits that show great leadership skills. Such as perseverance and confidence can make a good and strong leader. So in The Odyssey, Odysseus shows much perseverance toward his goal of going back home to Ithaca.
Finally, there is the connotation of the title Keating assumes. The word “captain” provokes images of great leaders, people who inherently possess noble character and can navigate obstacles toward success. Again, he establishes himself as a worthy guide, a leader, with a simple title, and his message therefore becomes something worth listening
As a transformational leader I have chosen Nelson Mandela due to the fact that he motivates his followers to accomplish through charisma and inspiration. Nelson Mandela is a well knows leader who is loved not only by his own people, but to people around the world because he fought for South Africa during apartheid time. Nelson Mandela inspired his followers to work toward extremely intimidating accomplishments like ending apartheid in South Africa. The transformational style examine how certain leaders are able to motivate followers by inspiring and empowering them towards achieving a common vision through their obligation. The transformational theory is not like the trait approach and the skills approach, the transformational approach observes characteristics of a leader, a follower and a situation.
When Oedipus proclaims to his people this way he resembles a compassionate and caring leader. He is trustworthy as he, humbly, states in this quote, “You can trust me. I am ready to help” (13). He is also highly praised and loved. Oedipus is a king who is intellectual and moral and is high born and well loved by his people which makes his
His communication skills are nothing short of impressive, especially in the way he delivers the message, moving heart through his words. Not everyone may achieve his level of communication skills, but a good leader will work hard to enhance to perfect his own skills in effective listening communication. How else can leader convey his visions clearly if he lacks the ability to communicate well? It is very easy to persuade action from others if a leader can authentically speak with great confidence and conviction. Part of effective communication is learning how to tell relevant stories and
Election speech- The Frontline Democratic Party “There is a universal respect and even admiration for those who are humble and simple by nature, and who have absolute confidence in all human beings irrespective of their social status.” -Nelson Mandela I humbly stand before you today my fellow South African Citizens to put forward a party that I truly believe in who have the perseverance, stamina, integrity and a spirit unlike no other. The Frontline Democratic Party is a new party with a lot of potential and the backing of many people whose lives have forever changed South Africa. A personal story, which I would like to share with you my fellow rainbow nation. It all began in a little town in India called Gujarat; a family of Indian Decent who were in search of a better life came on the ship and arrived in South Africa in the 1940’s. Living conditions were very difficult for this little family from India, which resulted in the children having to leave school in grade 3 due to poverty.