By: Alyssa Altendorf & Caitlin Stone
The 10 Constituitional Powers Granted to the President
- Appointing and removing of key executive-branch officials
- Issuing executive orders
- Maintaining executive privilege
- Power to veto
- Make treaties with advice and consent of the Senate
- Influence congress by the role of chief agenda-setter
- Propose legislation to congress
- Grants pardons and reprieves
- Nominating federal judges and alter sentences of people convicted of crimes
- Nominate Supreme Court justices
Most Important Constitutional Power
5 Leadership Qualities and Skills Necessary to be a Successful President
2. Good communicator- It is important to be a communicator because he needs to understand what others want and need. He must be open to questions and opinions. Most importantly he needs to listen.
3. Organized- It is important to be organized and prepared for meetings and events.
4. Smart- It is important to have a leader that will think about the decisions that will be made and how it will effect the country.
5. Productive/ Motivated- It is important to be productive so he can finish all of his responsibilities of a president and it will make the country be more efficient.
Most Important Leadership Quality
Roles of the President
2. Chief Executive- Enforces laws, federal court decisions and treaties.
3. Commander in Chief- Leads the nations armed forces.
4. Chief Diplomat- Directs US foreign policy.
5. Chief Legislator- Influencing Congress in its lawmaking and signing or vetoing a bill.
6. Economic Planner- Helps economy run smoothly by dealing with unemployment, high prices, taxes, business profits, and more.
7. Political Party Planner- Choosing members to serve in cabinet.