Servant Leadership In Franklin Roosevelt's Attack On Pearl Harbor

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Did you know that Pearl Harbor was actually the beginning of WWII? Some don’t, but I believe you have to know where you came from to know where you're going. I believe that Franklin Roosevelt was a great leader. He quickly studied Japan after the attack and helped America get back up after being knocked down for staying out of the war. To be a servant leader you need to build better organizations and ultimately a caring world overall. Franklin was a smart man who through 3 steps ahead and outside of the box all at one time. Franklin took the responsibility of us before the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. “A date which will live in infamy”. A servant leadership is a set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals. It builds better organizations and ultimately creates a more caring world. If the speaker had not used his voice then the message and tone of the speech would be different. Letting him speak his own speech meant he knew what was going on and he wanted to address the nation. He…show more content…
He fought for us and helped guide our way when we were first attacked. “Love him or loathe him, most people admit that FDR was an effective leader. Numerous writers have tried to dissect the qualities that made Roosevelt able to attract followers. Better than most, Stanford historian David Kennedy has tagged several characteristics: the 32nd president, he notes, was a quick study; he could connect with people; he was self confident; he was committed to public service; he developed a strong character; he had a clear vision of the nation and its role in the world; he had the political skills to get his vision off the drawing board; and — he had luck. “ (The Hauenstine Center) In this assignment I learned about Pearl Harbor and how the Japanese attacked us, but I also learned that we as an American society were strong enough to be able to get back up and handle our
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