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A leader is a person who takes partial control of a group of people and tries to achieve a goal.

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A Leaders Influence The role of a leader in needed in every work place, school and even a circus. A leader is a person who takes partial control of a group of people and tries to achieve a goal. The leader never takes total control and bosses everyone around, he helps those who are weak and works together with everyone around him. Many people consider the person that is considered a leader should be able to/can influence a person by there words of wisdom, the way they present themsleves and there achievements even if they are still in the makeing . ...read more.

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Obama would be a great example of that, he has a deep encouragin voice that people listen to. Its not only the sound of your voice, content is key. A person doesn?t get inspired by the sound of your voice, it only helps for them to pay attention to what you are saying. When you are saying something to a group of people you have to think before you speak and when someone is talking to you, you have to remembe that listen and silent are spelt with the same letters. If you say things to people that they don?t understand they are going to be confused and you will not achieve the goal you are going for. ...read more.

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You should be proud of who you are and be able to put your picture on a shirt and wear it proudly around town. You can?t be drassed sloppily on a day of leadership. The presentation of yourself isn?t only of how you dress it is also of how you show people that you are willing to put people before you and still be able to be happy with what you do. You have to present yourself to people as if you are no different than anyone even if you are in ?charge?. Your presense should be felt in the room even if you havent made a noise. And when you talk to someone and they look at you and you tell them about your journey through some kind of goal they should be ...read more.

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