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soldiers and task-oriented by ensuring the mission is completed effectively and efficiently for the settlers and the soldiers’ wellbeing. The two leader’s styles were different in several ways. Daniel based his approach to the mission from his school doctrine of psychology on how the mission would affect the soldiers’ mental state long after the mission was completed. Yaron’s focus was making sure the evacuees
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A PEACEFUL EVACUATION 5 were treated with sensitivity and dignity and focused on the soldiers’ physical wellbeing. Daniel attempted to research previous leaders approach to similar missions, while Yaron’s focus was on the job training and learning from a recent experience he had while evacuating one of the first settlers. Lastly, Daniel approached the leaders of the mission with more research and a broader study of how the mission would be most successful. Yaron’s approach was more introspective and made assumptions about the audience he was presenting to. This assumption caused Yaron to receive push back from some of the leaders due to a misinterpretation of Yaron’s initial message. Each leader might address contemporary leadership issues and challenges in Israel today in similar ways that they addressed the evacuation mission from the Gaza Strip. Daniel ‘s approach would still consist of tactics that preserve the psychological wellbeing of the soldiers involved in the mission. For example, the Arabs looking to ally with Israel against the Iranian Shiites looking to dominate the region ("Nine Challenges Facing Israel," 2017). This would also be a delicate mission due to the antisemitism practiced in the religion and culture of the Arab countries. Daniel would possibly refer to research that would provide insight on how other leaders or military groups may have handled forming an alliance with groups of such different backgrounds to accomplish a shared outcome. Yaron’s approach would most likely consist of aligning with the Arabs and gathering information throughout his experiences. He could possibly assure that the top leaders of the mission were equipped with the knowledge of how to best relate with the Arabs to begin building relationships that could be sustained after the mission was completed. “Jung, a disciple of Freud, asserted that everyone was born either extroverted or introverted. According to what he called ''the psychology of individuation,'' extroverts concentrate on people and things, introverts on thoughts and concepts. People who use logic and analysis in decision- making are thinkers; feelers make decisions based on personal values” (Zipkin, 1999). Jung has
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A PEACEFUL EVACUATION 6 clearly described Daniel as an introvert, using logic and analysis, and Yaron as the extrovert a feeler making decisions on thoughts, concepts, and personal values. The military operation, in this case was enhanced overall by both Daniel and Yaron’s different personality and leadership styles. Daniel’s personality trait was exhibited through the Choleric trait. Choleric personalities prefer to be engaged in conversations that require deep thought and meaning (four- temperaments.com/types-of-temperaments/ - Google Search," n.d.). Daniel was adamant about
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