Good morning to everyone in this room. Sincere thanks to the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends. I’m here to give a speech on leadership. In the course of history, great leaders have emerged from all over the world, including Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., Barack Obama, and a lengthy list of others.
They might positively affect large populations of people. A leader is someone who can think for themselves and poses questions rather than just following the crowd. A leader is a potent motivator who encourages people to follow him by setting an example rather than demanding that they do so.
A good leader constantly focuses on assisting others in completing their task rather than ordering them to do them. Even if there are numerous obstacles in the path, a leader would constantly consider how to accomplish the goal. Leadership is always about having an influence on others in a way that will assist them in achieving their objectives. It involves having the capacity to select the absolute worst image.
For a brighter future, it is important to see the wider picture. Finding the solution and working with the team are key components of leadership. Above all, leadership is about winning the team’s respect and taking on the task fearlessly. It’s about being determined to achieve your goal, listening to the team, and working together to find a solution.
As a way to wrap off my speech, I’d like to emphasize that great leaders don’t just happen to be great; they also work hard to improve the world around them. When a leader is aware of the needs of their followers and attempts to meet those needs, that is when true leadership is demonstrated. Thank you.