Describe a female leader you like.
You should say:
- who is she
- where is she from
- what she does for others
and explain why you like her.
[You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]
Very few people, at least, like to remain informed about the world’s political development, who don’t know about “Angela Merkel.” She is considered the most powerful woman today, and she also happens to be the de facto leader of the European Union. Well, a female leader I really like and admire is none other than the charismatic German Chancellor “Angela Merkel”.
This great female leader, one of the best female leaders, in my opinion, the world has ever seen, may be from German. Still, she has left her mark in dealing with every international political crisis since she took office as a German Chancellor in 2005. Also known as the “leader of the free world,” this great world political figure was born in 1954 in the city of Hamburg and has been elected to rule German for 4 consecutive terms, a feat that no female politicians have ever achieved in the world’s history.
As a political leader, her political activities are easily noticeable, but the intentions behind those activities have made her a great leader. In fact, Angela Markel’s decision to allow more than one million political refugees, displaced because of wars, into German was a landmark decision that would make the world remember her for a long time. Besides, providing financial help to other countries, especially in Europe, is also something that the world would remember very gratefully because it helped stabilize the economy of the entire world a little over a decade ago.
Finally, I really like Angela Markel because she seems to be a very charismatic and intelligent leader who understands the dynamics of world politics much better than other contemporary leaders. I like her also because she is not afraid to make unpopular decisions to uphold the principles of humanity. Finally, I like her because her leadership approaches help to unite the world community instead of dividing them over petty differences.