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Odysseus: A Man of Flaws

Summary: To many, the renowned Greek leader Odysseus qualifies as having been exemplary in leadership. Others, however, insist that his foolishness, selfishness, aggressiveness, and self-pride show Odysseus' failures as a leader, a point of view confirmed through a reading of The Odyssey.
Throughout the world, numerous leaders have helped shape history. Some have proved their benevolence and qualifications of being a good leader. Others have proved to be the opposite. Someone who belongs to this category is the renowned Greek leader Odysseus. Some may say that he qualifies as a good leader. Others may have a different approach and insist that he is a malevolent, selfish, braggart. Although he may demonstrate the attributes of an honorable leader, Odysseus has not proven to be one. Odysseus is foolish and selfish, not to mention overly self-proud, and aggressive. All of these qualities may be used to denounce Odysseus's failure as an exemplary leader.

Odysseus is thoughtless, and his imprudence along with his egocentricity has led Odysseus and his crew to further dilemma on their homecoming back to Ithaca. Throughout the Odyssey, proofs of Odysseus's foolishness and selfishness, causing him...

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