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Describe what you feel makes an ideal leader.

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A. Describe what you feel makes an ideal leader.

B. Identify someone that you feel comes close to the ideal. How did one become aware of that person? Give examples of how they embody your ideals.

C. Give an example of a leader that does not come close to an ideal of a leader.

D. Provide examples of how this person does not meet your ideals of a leader.
What would one need to work on and what steps would it take to become closer to that ideal of a leader?

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A. Describe what you feel makes an ideal leader.
An ideal leaders should be a person who can influence a multitude of men for a just cause. The ideal leader must be attractive yet effective, must be principled yet powerful, must have faith in God and yet be result oriented. The ideal leader must be calm in the face of provocation, he must be composed and still think of the good of the multitudes.
An ideal leader should be a person who leads by example, one who puts the interest of others above that of his own. He will lead through love and not through violence. An ideal leader shall have the confidence of truth, provide excellent guidance and will be knowledgeable.
An ideal leader will be one who will have many followers. His ardent followers will be his disciples. They will respect him for his self sacrifice, knowledge and love.

B. Identify someone that you feel comes close to the ideal. How did one become aware of that person? Give examples of how they embody your ideals.

One person who comes close to the ideal is M.K. Gandhi. ...

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