Benjamin Franklin is an important figure in the molding of an American business character. From reflecting off many of Jesus’ messages to benefiting the society all the way to displaying astounding entrepreneur character traits, Franklin left a well-respected legacy. He demonstrated that even an unestablished, doubted boy can have everything they’ve either dreamt of. Franklin’s view on leading was the benefit of serving others more than himself, he was servant leader. His view reflects Jesus’ message of servant-leadership found in Matthew 20:28.
These words possess strong emotional depth and thus appeal greatly to pathos. These intangible yet carefully selected words elicit a profound emotional response from his audience, the American people. By using these loaded words, Kennedy is able to successfully persuade his audience to his
To begin his speech, he starts out with a few effective uses of ethos to prove his credibility. “I, myself” (Sentence 1), Churchill exclaims, to remind everyone listening that he is the Prime Minister of England, and is a respected and honorable human. The use of him saying “I” during a speech is obviously normal, but with the placement of the word “myself”, which follows “I”, emphasizes even more to the audience that he is the respected Prime Minister of Britain. Churchill not only has ethos in his speech to prove his credibility, but the country as well. Britain “shall prove [themselves] once again able to defend [their] Island home” (Sentence 1).
During his speech, Obama claims the problems facing Americans as well as setting a notion explaining how he will solve the problems. Obama builds his credibility with personal facts and reputable history, making Americans trust his approach. President Obama uses a fine mix of ethos, pathos, and logos to not only speak to the citizens of America, but leaders and residents of other abiding nations that there is an assortment of challenges in America that can and will be resolved due to the determination, persistent dedication, and morale of Americans. Instead of individualism, Obama focuses on emphasizing the unity of the nation being one again. He does this by refraining from using words like ‘me’, ‘myself’,
These are emotional stability, extroversion, openness to experience, agreeableness, and conscientiousness. I found the reasons why Nelson Mandela definitely was a transformational leader. First, his ability to control and manage his emotions where others might be unable was astounding, to the point of embracing those that had imprisoned him. Also emerging from bitterness, he actively places forgiveness at the forefront of moving forward, both for himself and for South Africa. Second, he asserted his opinion tactfully and subtly guided opinion in his favor and also his vision and passion of ending the brutal apartheid system and set his country on a path of freedom was a cause that he was willing to give his life for.
The togetherness of the structure then gives the audience a lasting and energized effect. Lincoln says what he says in a purposeful manner to demonstrate he cares and wants America to the best it can
1. To what extent were the actions of Bernard Ebbers indicative of leadership, and to what extent did Ebbers display destructive deviant behavior? Provide examples of leadership and deviant behavior from the case. Based on the case study by Trevino, Bernard Ebbers displayed several leadership qualities that were highly praised by many at the time when WorldCom was booming. With a 6ft 4inch stature and debonair attire, he had a charismatic charm that proved to be irresistible by many to such an extent that they were ready to perform to their best and prove their loyalty toward him (Treviño, L., 2005).
An open mind leads to new ideas, increased knowledge, new experiences, personal and professional growth, better relationships on the personal and work front. It has an overall positive approach to one 's life. These are some of the benefits of having an open mind. However due to the open mind, there is an inflow of multiple ideas and lot of information that floods the mind. The leader has to be able to filter out the bad from the good and use only the good ideas.
He shared his philosophy of exercising the law with that of Aristotle. They believed that the law existed to be applied for “ordering the common good (David boucher and Paul Kelly, 2009). But unlike Aristotle who accepted many forms of government such as monarchy, aristocracy, or rule by the people, St. Thomas had only best form of government which was absolute monarchy. FORMS OF GOVERNMENT Aquinas advocated the idea of monarchy which was a result of his past experience in life. He argued that monarchy will bring about peace and unity and will help to attain the common good of the society by saying that ‘there is one king amongst the bees, and in the whole universe one god, maker and lord of all’ (On Kingship, 1949).
When reading a speech, the reader can easily identify repetition and understand what it is communicating. For instance, in John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address speech, the text reads, “This much we pledge--and more. To those old allies whose cultural and spiritual origins we share, we pledge the loyalty of faithful friends… To those new states whom we welcome to the ranks of the free, we pledge our word that one form of colonial control shall not have passed away merely to be replaced by a far more iron tyranny… To those people in the huts and villages of half the globe struggling to break the bonds of mass misery, we pledge our best efforts to help them help themselves, for whatever period is required--not because the communists may be doing it, not because we seek their votes, but because it is right… To our sister republics south of our border, we offer a special pledge--to convert our good words into good deeds--in a new alliance for progress--to assist free men and free governments in casting off the chains of poverty” (Kennedy). Kennedy repeats certain words and phrases in his speech to emphasize their points and their importance so that the audience understands his message. Furthermore, the reader can identify the message easier by observing the repeated phrases and the words