Napoleon success and great leadership came about because he was power hungry, loved fame, arrived at a time when no one expected him, and for the reason that he was able to control two things that Clausewitz the greatest writer on the nature of war defines success in battle 1) Mutual transformation of forces in conflict and 2) keeping in control. His national background together with his upbringing affected him as a leader. Though in addition to his nature, and focus as a leader part of his success was due to his military career that without most probably would not have allowed him to be the leader that he was.
• King David- A leader with charisma like no other. Today, over 2,000 years later King David is still revered around the world regardless of religion. Why? As we know King David’s life’s foundation was that of suffering. He was a man who seemed to get no break or rest and when he does his son nearly kills him. Yet he was a great leader because he fought wars head on, he was not afraid of battle and his desire to do good matched no other. I think what most affected King David as a leader was his connection to G-d, his focus on leadership, and wanting to understand his