We Shall Fight On The Beaches Rhetorical Analysis

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Winston Churchill was born in Oxford on November 30, 1874. Since he was a young man, his ultimate goal was to succeed in life. He eventually made his way into politics and became one of the most successful wartime leaders in history. Winston Churchill portrayed a number of traits and characteristics of a team manager, transformational leader, and an adaptive leader. As a team manager, he was always visible during the war and took care of his troops. As a transformational leader, he was inspirational in all he did and had a vision. Lastly, as an adaptive leader, Winston Churchill applied his proficiency and mental agility to develop innovative solutions and he motivated his team members to play their role in accomplishing the mission. R. R.…show more content…
Churchill demonstrated his transformational leadership style by sharing his vision with his followers. Churchill’s vision, total victory, set a goal for his troops, inspired, and motivated them. Churchill’s speech, ‘We Shall Fight on the Beaches,” is an example of one of the speeches he used to motivate and inspire his troops to keep fighting and never…show more content…
For example, an adaptive leader knows his/her soldiers’ motivation and skills. Churchill gave emotional support to his people, this is how he got to know then, and the skills they possessed. Churchill also had an education and experience. When he was 22, he graduated 20th out of 130 students from The British Royal Military College. Then, he joined the Fourth Hussars in 1895 and saw action on the Battle of Omdurman in 1898. Churchill also wrote military reports while in the military for The Pioneer and The Daily Telegraph, and in 1990, after leaving the military, he became a member of Parliament, and was appointed to the prime minister’s cabinet as President of the Board of

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