Some common leadership qualities that good Presidents appear to have are the following:
A strong vision for the country's future
Thomas Jefferson's advice to a child encouraged good character, although his own character is sometimes questioned. His ownership of the slaves listed here seems to contradict his statement that "all men are created equal," leading some modern critics to call him hypocritical.
An ability to put their own times in the perspective of history
Effective communication skills
The courage to make unpopular decisions
Crisis management skills
Character and integrity
An ability to work with Congress
All Americans have different ideas about the importance that character plays in the job performance of the President. Considering all of the hats that a President must wear, perhaps the symbolic role that the President plays is most affected by character. Presidents must somehow symbolize what American citizens believe to be the essence of their country. They must represent what is valued now and in the past. But even more importantly, they embody the direction of America's future.
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