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    Alexander the Great was a great leader because he was always determined to be successful, even when he was young he wanted to win and he always had good morals and a good way of life. Alexander always loved Greece and was selfless when he was young. Alexander kept these traits and developed as a leader and used them while he was conquering other countries. Alexander initially brought 40,000 men to take over Persia, knowing he would get more men from the places he took over. He spread the Greek

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    Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia was undoubtedly one of the most powerful and influential leaders in history. His unpredicted control over his military as well as a strong backbone enabled him to conquer the majority of the known civilization. There is no question that Alexander was spectacularly successful in the military field, and had Alexander only been a general his epithet may well have been deserved. He ruled with fear and conquered through strength. When taking a step back and looking

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    history there have been many great leaders that led their nation, city, tribe, or party to become important or powerful. Some of these leaders were skilled speakers that led people in their eloquence and wisdom. Or some of them where great warriors and generals. Other leaders were very intelligent in science, economics, politics, or peace making. While some have been very successful at uniting diverse cultures, races, and even whole countries. However, one of the greatest leaders of all time possessed most

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    There were many leaders throughout the ancient times but Alexander the great was said to be one of the greatest leaders of all time. He was born July 356 B.C.E in Pella Greece, he showed great strength at a young age. “Alexander was born into a family that traced its royal roots back to the great hero Hercules” (Freeman 5) Alexander was born into royalty his father was a leader. When Alexander was 13 he started learning from Aristotle, he taught him Greeks, philosophy and about plants and animals

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    Leaders cannot be born, they are created through their experiences and skills, this topic has created a national debate over the centuries. One of the greatest military leaders in history, Alexander the Great became a leader through his abilities, efforts, and accomplishments, not through birth. Becoming a young king of the empire Macedonia, he maintained the second largest empire in history, and conquered the Persian empire. However, at the age of 32, Alexander dies from a fever. Alexander’s legacy

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    ”Peter the Great was an Absolute leader of Russia during the late 17th century. Peter the Great was an absolute leader, which is the principle or the exercise of complete and unrestricted power in government. Peter the Great can also be seen as a successful leader, which I define as when a leader or an government rules their term successful and it can cause the other people to boycott against the leader or the government. An example of a successful leader is Julius Caesar who was a leader in Rome and

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    common? (brief pause) All these people were great leaders. Now when I say “great”, I am not necessarily referring to their morals or political world view. Perhaps better term would be “influential” leaders. And interestingly enough, all of the leaders mentioned were also in some capacity involved with the military. However, before all these, one man was so prominent in terms of his leadership and accomplishments that the for-mentioned and many other leaders today follow in his footsteps to some respect

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    army of sheep led by a lion,” is my favorite quote from the famous Greek military leader Alexander III of Macedonia, also known as Alexander the Great(Alexander The Great Quotes, 2012). Alexander knew battles were not won simply because of how strong one’s soldiers were, but by how powerful and wise the leader was. Alexander was that powerful and wise leader for Macedonia’s army and arguably the best military leader of all time. He displayed numerous characteristics of adaptive leadership. Also, he

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    The Leader I Admire: Alexander The Great The leader I admire is Alexander The Great. Before I go on to way I choose Alexander The Great as a leader that I admire. Here is a little biography on Alexander The Great. BIOGRAPHY: Alexander The Great or know as Alexander III of Macedon. He was born on 21 July 356 BC in a place named Pella which is capital city of the Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander was a king of the Ancient Greek where he succeeded his father Philip II to the throne at the age of twenty

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    Alexander the great was a greedy, horrible leader. He was a ruthless man who had no regard for innocent lives whatsoever. Alexander was a reckless military leader who treated his troops with countless amounts of disrespect. He did a great deal of things that would be frowned upon today. In my opinion Alexander the great wasn’t so great after all the things he had done as a Macedonian King. He was a voracious hard hearted ruler. Alexander the great did a great deal of distasteful and unnecessary

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