SUMMARY OF PESSUKIM: Moshe is praying to Hashem to go into Eretz Yisrael in the valley of Beth-Peor. He does this in a very specific way. First, he praises Hashem, saying how great He is, and how mighty he is. Then, he makes his request. He begs Hashem to enter Eretz Yisrael to see Yerushalayim and the Beit Hamikdash. Hashem did not listen to Moshe's request. He became angry with Moshe and told him not to talk about this thing again. Hashem told Moshe to go to the top of the hill if he really wanted to see the land because he will not go there. He told Moshe to encourage Yehoshua because he would lead Bnei Yisrael into Eretz Yisrael.
EXAMPLE 1: This Passuk is my first example of Leadership because it shows how Moshe makes his request in such a way that he praises Hashem first and then makes his request.
CONNECTION 1 to EXAMPLE 1: This Rashi shows how Moshe perceived Hashem's words. Hashem said, "And now, leave Me alone”. Most people would perceive this as they should stop praying to Hashem. Moshe was always looking for ways to do good, and he perceived this as he should pray more. This was also what happened at the חטא העגל.
CONNECTION 2 for EXAMPLE 1: The Ran shows that Moshe was humble and said that he did not think he deserved to see Eretz Yisrael. He wanted Hashem to show it to him because Moshe saw some of Hashem's greatness when he thought he did not deserve it, so Hashem should show him Eretz Yisrael too. Humility is a good trait for a leader.
EXAMPLE 2: This Passuk is my second example of Leadership because it shows how Moshe does not embarrass Bnei Yisrael by hinting to a sin that they did to rebuke them.
CONNECTION 1 for EXAMPLE 2: This Rashi shows that even Moshe, who seems to be the perfect leader does not get everything he wants. This shows us that as leader of our community, we don't always get what we want. Additionally, everyone makes mistakes and you have to learn from them like Moshe Rabeinu.
CONNECTION 2 for EXAMPLE 2: The Sforno shows that Moshe prayed for Bnei Yisrael to stay permanently in Eretz Yisrael, even though he would not enter into the land. This shows how selfless he was and how much he cares about Bnei Yisrael.