TOO 3.26 - Leadership Barnard defines responsibility...

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Leadership Barnard defines responsibility differently than the way everyone uses it in everyday language Responsibility and accountable are the same usually Barnard says, a person is responsible if they adhere to values (or morals) Your success as a leader is the extent to which you can adhere to values The problem is organizations have different constituents and have different values Example with stick it in cheer - You have your athletic director - Some alumni, faculty, and few students find it offensive - but also have people who really like the cheer - the athletic director chose to prohibit it - the people that didn’t get their way would view the AD as not being a good leader by B’s standards (didn’t adhere to their values) Sometimes there is 1. no ‘correct’ choice 2. multiple correct choices case study 2 - 208 category of funding for salaries (by state) - Soft category of funding from research - You get percentage of your salary from both areas - (never should have more faculty with tenure than not tenure) - They had a problem bc someone is coming up on tenure but they weren’t sure if
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