Barack H. Obama is the 44th President of the United States.
As the first African American to become president and instill the ideology “Yes We Can” a motto now embedded in American tradition. Obama has succeeded in bringing free health care as well as bringing the solider home. It takes a great man to run a nation but it takes a great leader to have the confidence of the people and stay true to fulfilling each promise. A leader comes in many forms and Barack Obama exemplifies more than one leadership style but a combination, showing his versatility and his compassion for the American people. As a man of change who has become great in the United States of America he represents the leadership style which will be looked through trait theory as well as behavioral and motivation theory
Obama is not an international figure because of the color of his skin, but because of what he stands for, the values that he believes in. He managed to beat John McCain in the race to the White House, not because he was a better hero, but because he embodied what Americans had been lacking for a very long time: hope. He is a visionary man who does not like to be disturbed while moving ahead on the defined track of his vision. He is a charismatic leader who likes to give freedom to his team members while justifying their responsibilities. Barack Obama is certainly a family man; he's seen in public all of the time with his loving family. His healthcare program is about to change how people access healthcare in the country. His economic policies have helped a lot of people survive the recent economic crunch. Additionally, Barack Obama is committed to creating universal health care in America. This shows that the health of the individual American is one of his top priorities. President Obama attacks the economic recession daily, creates new plans to counter the U.S. debt, and has already put his troop withdrawal and distribution plans into action. The American people must know that...
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