washingtons's leadership

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Analyze Washington's leadership during the war.

  What qualities made him especially well-suited for his role?

Apr 4th, 2015

Washington was a visionary leader and the leader who can maintain coherence between the vision and current actions – in briefly evaluating Washington’s roles as general of the Continental Army, president of the Constitutional Convention and the President of the United States.

Washington, more than anyone else in that period, understood the full implication of the ideas in regard to all aspects of his functions as the military leader – strategy, operations, tactics. He revealed himself as a genius in leadership as the “General and Commander in Chief of the United Colonies.”

In the battle at Monmouth, New Jersey in 1778 also revealed his charismatic leadership and his genius as a battlefield tactician. In this crucial battle with Cornwall’s army, the American troops were in retreat and disarray when Washington took personal control.

Apr 4th, 2015

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Apr 4th, 2015

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