What Makes Up A Leader?

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What makes up a leader? Leadership is a common and a simple word but rather very difficult word to define. Leadership can be defined in different ways: it is an act of influencing activities of an organized group in its quest to set goals and also to achieve certain goals. He also defined leadership to mean the influence that somebody exercises in a situation by means of communication in order to attain a specified goal. However in order to be a leader you require a variety of qualities. A good leader is one who doesn’t know everything: trying to imagine that effective leadership is related to knowing everything is one of the most dangerous misconceptions in the field of leadership. So as much as the final decision and responsibility lies…show more content…
In the political view, Mussolini in his youth was a socialist, but when he was going to war he saw nationalism as the answer, he organized veterans and other discontented Italians into the Fascist party. Hitler tried to follow Mussolini’s example by staging a small-scale coup in Munich, but he was soon put in behind bars. While, he was imprisoned he wrote, Mein Kampf, which was later the basic book of Nazi goals and ideology, this reflected Hitler’s obsessions- extreme nationalism, “master race” of Aryans, or light-skinned Europeans, whose greatest enemies were the Jews. Also, Hitler came up with the Third Reich, which he wanted to boast the German master race, he also launched large public works programs to combat the Great Depression. Also in difference, Mussolini had the Black Shirts, party militants, that rejected the democratic process in favor of violent action, supported him and was also supported by the Pope Pius XI, and the Nazi supported Hitler, and later learned that he demanded obedience. Also, another difference these two leaders had is where they stood as a leader; Mussolini took the title II Duce, “The Leader,” and Hitler was the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, also known as the Nazi Party, and was elected
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