He contributed many great ideas and was an essential part in winning the revolution. The role of individuals really helped win the war. On of these individuals was George Washington. He provided great help for the Colonies during the revolutionary war. For starters, he helped keep the army alive.
Why this Leader was successful What made President Franklin Roosevelt a successful leader was that he had so many styles that was unique and capable in accomplishing tasks as president of the United States. Roosevelt had gained the attention of the Americans with his democratic leadership style. “A democratic leader is one that is primarily concern with human relations and teamwork, communication that is open and usually two-way, and creates a spirit of collaboration with joint effort that results in a staff satisfaction” (Sullivan, 2009, p. 46). President Roosevelt had these and more to accomplish the goals he set out to do. His charismatic style allowed him to connect with the Americans, especially during the Great Depression.
Republican policies blamed Europes economic problems and not the USA for the Depression because Europe would not import any of their goods, since they could not afford to. Also, they thought that they should leave business alone to bring back prosperity but that made things even worse, by leaving things alone because it was getting worse, it looked like Hoover didn’t care of what was happening and didn’t want to help. Also, Republicans thought and feared that if the government helped people, they would become less self-governing and less willing to work. The last reason on why Roosevelt won the election, was Roosevelt’s election campaign. He went on a big tour around the USA in the weeks before the election.
I think that ‘defaming’ Alexander the Great does not prove the ‘no’ side in any way, because he did many things to help his empire and even though he was the cause of many deaths to the native people of their homelands, he did what he thought was best for his people. The barbarian thinking cannot be placed solely on Alexander’s shoulders. Why would they
Julius Caesar was a great talented militarist rather than a politic statesman. Chinese often say that it is easy to win the world, but it is hard to govern it. Julius Caesar’s failure proved this point. Facing the enemy, he was a brave and smart militarist. As a politician, he did not know the darkness of political circles.
Leadership skills of a Gladiator Billy Davison (4348839) American Public University System Professor Laurie Genesi-Bloom 12/19/12 Abstract This paper will discuss the techniques and leadership skills by using examples of the movie Gladiator. The gladiator, Maximus Decimus Meridius was an excellent leader and showed exemplary skills in leading his men to battle. Some of the most effective skills he used were leading by example, communication, and putting his soldiers before himself. Some of the least effective skills he used were using revenge for his mission and anger to fuel his passion. Maximus used personal power by using his more positive personal traits to encourage people to follow him and want to even fight and die for the cause (Conlow, 2001).
The three qualities that make Brutus a hero are that he was not a man that would deceive people, he was noble and influenced others in a positive way. Brutus never deceived anyone neither would he want to. When Brutus murdered Caesar it was not to deceive him but Brutus did it for the good of the republicans and for the good of Rome. "If then that friend demand why Brutus rose against Caesar this is my answer: not that I loved Caesar less but that I loved Rome more. had you rather Caesar living and die all slaves than that Caesar were dead to live all freemen?
Introduction What makes a good leader? Is it their ability to navigate through times of uncertainty and change, or do leaders see the hidden opportunity in every setback? And is there really any such thing as a “born leader”? Winston Churchill is acclaimed as one of the greatest leaders of all time and is probably the greatest example of someone who exemplifies key leadership principles, in times of unprecedented war and conflict. Churchill was a visionary leader, with strong leadership that was called upon most often during times of crisis.
The Roman Republic influenced democracy by showing that any other way of ruling is very unfair. I think that the Roman Republic was the most influential to the ideas of today’s democracies. Athens had many philosophers to increase the effectiveness of democracy and reform Athens feared a civil war between the aristocrats and the peasants. The peasants far outnumbered the aristocrats, so they needed to come up with a way to protect themselves from the peasants. Draco was appointed in 632 BCE, but failed to do much at all.
By Lincoln’s effort, he won the nomination. However, his rivals thought Lincoln came out of nowhere, and only got the local reputation. He was the guy which everyone was unexpected of. This was why rivals viewed Lincoln’s effort as luck. After the election, Lincoln made his own cabinet and tried to prove himself to others.