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The responsibilities of a leader are very demanding One of the greatest responsibilities that a leader will have is to inform his subordinates about the dangers of drug use A leader must know his people and be able to have trust in his men to accomplish a mission or do a simple task without the fear or doubt that something will keep his men from succeeding Drugs will cause that downfall of a leader and can lead to situation where human life is sacrificed another responsibility that a leader has is to uphold the standard of the unit and not demonstrate bad examples and in the end will result in the downfall of his or her respect another aspect that a good leader should have and demonstrate is that of a good citizen a leadership should portray the highest level of citizenship Being a good citizen means obeying the laws of the community you live in and enforcing them to a certain degree as well The use of drugs is illegal nation wide and so a leader is not setting the proper example or being a good citizen if he or she participates in the use sale or is associated with drugs A leader should not order or tell his subordinates to do anything in which he can not do or does himself If a leader explains the hazards of drug use and why not to use or be associated with them he should follow his or her advice This leads right into how to communicate with ones subordinates on how not to and why not to use drugs When a presenting something he or she should make means of all possible resources that are available a leaders responsibility is to inform his or her people on the necessary information The leader though needs to present the information in a way that the attention of individuals receiving the information are not bored and that
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