Autocratic leaders make all decisions and accept no suggestions, comments, or dissention. The leader of the US government is not autocratic at all because he makes virtually no decisions. Decisions are made for him by his advisory groups and his staff. He just signs his name to what is put in front of him, depending on how politically dangerous the decision is. Sometimes the president prefers to be left out of details completely so that he cannot be held accountable later. Might I add that as Head of State, the president sets the example for the American people and our society.
by ThunderKeys6 years ago
"Participative" or "Autocratic" - Which Leadership Style do we Need?Which Leadership Style do we need to get us out of the current financial crisis - "Participative" or...
by javid19855 years ago
What is the difference between leadership styles and types of leadership?
by Alexander A. Villarasa7 years ago
A leader exercising his leadership prerogatives, is best reminded of Charles De Gaulle's concept that there can be no power without mystery. In the same vein. there must "always be something which others can...
by Credence22 years ago
Ted Cruz and much of the Conservative community have been sore losers, after 2 recent Supreme Court Decisions "threw them under the bus". See brief article below:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/2...
by crystaleyes5 years ago
Please advise on how to install leadership qualities in my children..
by Tom_Radford6 years ago
Should the head of state be held accountable for the consequences of their decisions once retired?Specifically I'm referring to Bush and Blair with this post. It seems to me that when in power you can make the most...
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