As the discussion explores the people who are elected have a tremendous impact on our daily lives. These are our representatives, and they enact thousands of statutes that affect us. They determine how to spend tax and how the tax burden will be shared, and they define state policy in thousands of problems and issues.
This paper declares that leadership refers to an exceptionally wide range of roles that have great influence. A leader needs to have the qualities and the ability to protect the nation at all times and hence it is essential that they have strong ethics and values. The leader has to impress as a role model in ethical values, intellectual caliber, professional expertise and solid achievements if he/she is to stir up the ready and willing cooperation of others. As a leader he is duty bound to fix responsibility and take corrective measures, but this he should do in a constructive and positive spirit, without leaving a trail of bitterness and acrimony. In any case, he should regard genuine and honest errors of judgment as the inevitable price of learning and growth, and not as something to be condemned or punished. Leaders come with various temperaments and traits. They may be all types: Aggressive, gruff, reserved, blustery, bluff, forthcoming, formal and so on. Not all leaders are made for all kinds of situations and enterprises, since their capabilities are not identical. A war leader, like Winston Churchill, may be a misfit in peacetime.