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Leaders will always have critics. Part of leadership is learning how to deal with people who speak negatively about your actions and dreams.

Theodore Roosevelt was a president who faced a lot of criticism for his actions. The following illustration details Theodore Roosevelt’s response to the these many criticisms he faced during his presidency and how it affected his leadership. Use this illustration to help bring to life for students the realistic nature of criticism in leadership and start a conversation about how leaders should respond to criticism.

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