“Germany of post-World War I was demoralized and disorganized. Adolph Hitler's rhetoric was successful not only because of his personal charisma and his mastery of delivery, but because he spoke at the right time: the German people wanted a way out of its economic morass and its cultural shame, and Hitler provided them both with his strong, nationalistic oratory. Had Germany been doing better economically, Hitler's words would have bounced harmlessly off the air.”
As we can see from the above paragraph, Hitler has all four things (speaking, embodying, performing, and using symbols such as logo of nazi.
Another example of leadership in multi-communicative activity is ex-president George W. Bush's on 9/11 after the terrorist attacks. Bush also has rhetoric, embodying, performing, and using symbols. According to the picture that showed in class, he sits between the United States’s flag and the president of the United States of America’s flag. Everyone knows that is the president of the United States. The photo of his family on the table means that Bush also concerned about situation as he was the one in family. His gestures, shows the confidence to the audience that he can solve this situation together with everyone in country.
Therefore, one leader probably has ability to communicate to people in many ways. I believe that to be a great leader, we should consider about multi-communicative activities.