Global Leadership and Managment
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He had an enormous amount of enthusiasm, created an impressive attitude, and showed flexibility whenever his missions were unsuccessful. He just ‘got up’, resumed his self-control, developed his policy, and tried once more. A closer glance on the condition around the period of Castro’s management as Cuba’s leader during 1959 exemplifies that Batista’s administration had developed increasingly detested with the Cuban public and that Batista had lost the support he originally received from the United States of America.