Effective English 101
Why Odysseus is a bad leader?
What makes a good leader? That’s a very important question when asking the dynamics of the situation that the leader is put in. When looking at the aspects of a leader, a leader does not only lead his men, colleague, and peers to the final destination of where they want and need to be. But a good leader characteristics makes up as having a fair objective and being reasonable. Additionally, it helps knowing who you are working with to bring out their full potential for further success to whatever you are doing as a leader. To be a successful leader, you have to be prepared to fail; not only that but when leading people you need to have the three main fundamental elements to succeed. Those are trust, humbleness, and being able to explain thorough details to who you are accompanied by, even if that mean explanation is harsh. Just as Jonathan Hines, director of sales and marketing at PILLO1 explains “Leadership is expecting as much of your workers as they are capable of, but never of more than you are yourself. It is never asking someone to do something you haven't done yourself, or aren't perfectly willing to do again. Lastly, leadership is understanding that your workers have different ideas and being able to flex to incorporate their ideas in the plan”. Now that’s looking at the business aspect of a leader but that can also be incorporated into Odysseus as a front runner when he is traveling across seas because Odysseus does not illustrate much of these leadership traits as a leader throughout the odyssey. For starters, when sailing home to Ithaca there’s a few red flags that should be observed in the odyssey that are easily noticeable that shows Odysseus lack of leadership in some way, shape, or form. Nevertheless, Odysseus returns home to Ithaca, however not without a few setback along the way. That is what he failed to realize. As someone of high position you have