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A good leader Printable Version PRINTABLE VERSION
by Pedus, Australia Dec 17, 2006
Human Rights , Media , Peace & Conflict   Poetry

  

A good leader is an agent of change,
resilient and forward thinking.
A good leader understands the hopes
dreams and aspirations of his people.
A good leader believes in transparent
honesty and accountability.
A good leader works towards the greater
good of his people.
A good leader shares in the power
of the people to choose.
A good leader is tactful, frugal,
responsible and responsive.
A good leader does today
what others are thinking of tomorrow.
A good leader is not afraid of mistakes
no matter how minute they may be.
A good leader paves the way
even for generations unborn.
A good leader has an avalanche of courage
even to offend allies and friends in the course of justice
A good leader is judged by the content of his character and integrity of intent.
A good leader, above all,
is a good follower





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Pedus


I was born in Nigeria and was educated in Nigeria, USA and Australia. I am the founder and president of Christina-Mae Recruitment Consortium Australia and the author of the book "When Things Go Wrong: Concepts of Change". I am also the co-founder of Child Aid Survival and Development International (CASDI). As a freelance journalist, I have contributed to a number of professional journals and newspapers, as well as worked in a number of e-journalism projects. I have traveled extensively and currently call Australia and the USA home with extensive involvement in African Human Rights issues.
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Odimegwu Onwumere | Dec 22nd, 2006
I think this poem should not be caged only in TIG, the goons who perpetrate evil and call themselves leaders, under democracy, should read this...

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