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Organizational Behavior and Leadership Navigate 2 Scenario: Leadership March 13, 2018 Leadership Introduction: After trying to craft an inspiration speech and a failed dry-run, you meets with your mentor to discuss leadership theories and methods. You will tell the mentor about the situation with your project team, especially with the new hire Evan not being a team player, and how you ultimately mitigated the conflict. You will talk to the mentor about your behavior with this situation and reflect on your leadership abilities. Characters: 1. Evan Tyrell 2. Warren Sebastian 3. J.R. Shanks 4. Kurt Moss 5. Monty O’Brien 6. Ling Chen 7. Lupe Gomez Locations: 1. Student’s Office 2. Conference Room 3. Italian Restaurant 4. Car Dealership 5. Student’s Home
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Organizational Behavior and Leadership Navigate 2 Scenario: Leadership March 13, 2018 Scene 1: Inspiring Evan In the morning, the Student tries to use Martin Luther King Jr. ’s style of leadership to address an issue with Evan. Location Student’s Office Scene setup Student faces a computer on the table. On-screen characters Evan Tyrell Off-screen characters None On-screen text: After lunch today, Evan calls via Skipp. . . EVAN Hey, how was lunch? STUDENT Fine, Evan. What’s up? EVAN Well, I just wanted to let you know that my brother is coming into town tonight, so I’ll be taking the day off. You know, the house is a mess and my wife has a long list of things for me to do! She calls it the Honey-Do list. I call it the Honey- Don’t Show Me That or I’ll Faint List! Student can choose either of the two options to proceed. STUDENT CHOICE 1 Evan, I have a dream. STUDENT CHOICE 2 Evan, now is not the time to take a day off, especially for you. EVAN RESPONSE 1 Excuse me? What are you talking about? EVAN RESPONSE 2 Hey, don’t worry about me! I’ll be fine. I can make it up tomorrow and get right back on track. STUDENT Evan, I say to you today that, in spite of your difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. EVAN Are you quoting Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ’s “I Have a Dream” speech? STUDENT I have a dream for you, Evan, that one day you will rise up and fulfill the role that you have been given here at this great company. EVAN I’ll take that as a yes. (looks at his watch) Are you going to go through the whole speech?
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Organizational Behavior and Leadership Navigate 2 Scenario: Leadership March 13, 2018 STUDENT I have a dream! That on the red hills of Georgia, or anywhere, virtually, we will be able to work together, struggle together, telecommute together and sit down together at the table of software development-hood. EVAN I’m not too sure what you mean. STUDENT I have a dream! That each member of our team will not be judged based on whether they drive into the office or not.
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