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Unformatted text preview: To: CSR 309 From: Richard Feinberg, CEO Re: Leadership Brochures There were a number of leadership lessons and issues that this assignment illuminates. In no particular order: 1. This was a first test of gp leaders. To what extent would they establish their leadership authority by requiring followers to turn in brochures well before my date and force a level of performance or excellence? Is establishing a culture of excellence more or less importance than establishing an expectation of attendance? It is clear from evaluation of the LBs that no standard of excellence was set by any of the leaders. You are a leader or you are not a leaderonce in a leadership position you must behave and perform as a leader or else you are not. To what extent do you want to be part of a mediocre group? It is clear that you are ok with that. Is it just as clear that you are ok being part of a mediocre university? 2. 25 point extra credit opportunity. Watch Fail Safe (in folder failsafe) and email me 5 bullet points of leadership lessons by Monday 3/21 at 12 noon. (failsafe in subject line)....
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