Odyssey Essay | The Leadership of Telemachus and Odysseus in Homer's Illiad and Odyssey

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The Leadership of Telemachus and Odysseus in Homer's Illiad and Odyssey

Summary: Essay comaparing the two leaders and strongly arguing that Odysseus is a better leader. Qualifies both leaders on a variety of skills including, battle experience, leadership experience, personal skills and the understanding of the female perspective.
If you had to choose someone to lead you, whom would you choose, Odysseus or Telemachus? The father or the son? Personally, I would choose the father for a couple of reasons, but mostly just because he is more experienced than the son. He has been in situations that most people have never dreamed of and has gotten out of these situations alive. I would choose Odysseus, the father, to be my leader because of his life experiences.

Odysseus has much more experience leading people than Telemachus. Odysseus had lead his crew around the world for 10 years. During this time, he learned about how his decisions impact the people around him. He made many bad choices, but was able to learn for them gaining leadership experience. An example of a bad decision was when he decided to stay in...

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