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LeAnna Easterday Psy 210 Dr. Henning TTP/QQTP 7 Chapter 13 Theory-to-Practice 1. Description: At Berea, many of the core business classes have a required group project or presentation element. In my marketing class, this project made up a large part of each students’ grade for the class. There were four of us in the group, but I became the unofficial group leader soon after our first meeting started. I knew two of the three other group members by reputation or other classes. These two would be generally considered to be good followers. However, the fourth student, Tom, was not a business major and did not contribute as much as the other members. He really wasn’t a leader or a follower. There were several frustrations along the way while we worked on our project, but in the end it ended well. We had a few months to meet, plan, and develop our presentation. Tom did not turn in any work or contribute until the day of our final presentation. 2. Reaction: I was hesitant to be the group leader because I knew this project was very weighty grade-wise and would take a substantial time commitment. However, I was also flattered that they (meaning the two I knew previously) would directly put me in that role. When Tom did not give input on decisions and would not do any work outside of our
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