Julius Caesar (play) Essay | Leadership Traits Taken from "Julius Caesar"

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Leadership Traits Taken from "Julius Caesar"

Summary: William Shakespeare's play "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" display many leadership traits among the characters, both positive and negative. These traits are easily applicable to modern times.
What is a Leader"

What is it that truly defines a leader? Is it one who is simply able to give orders to others? No, it is much more complex. Leaders have a variety of characteristics that allow them to guide others, to persuade others, and to be empathetic to the needs of others. The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, written by William Shakespeare and has many characteristics display leadership traits. Throughout Shakespeare's play there are both positive and negative leadership traits all of which can be applied to modern times.

The characters in the tragedy exhibit a vast array of positive leadership traits. Loyalty, honor and generosity are three valuable qualities that are found within these characteristics. Antony shows loyalty to Caesar when he says, "I shall not find myself so apt to die;/ No place will please me so, no mean of death...

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