Story A - Effective Leadership - Maggie & Peter Clough
Story B - Effective Leadership - Frances Kirson
Story C - Effective Leadership - Brown, J. & Harvey, G.
And answer these questions:
Leadership in Different Places
1. What motivates the individuals to take action?
2. What draws the followers to these individuals?
3. How do these individuals accomplish their goals?
Vision, Purpose, and Risk
1. What is the vision of each of the individuals in each of the three stories?
2. How does each person communicate his or her purpose?
3. What are the risks that each person takes?
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(1) Motivation of the individuals to take action:
In the three stories, there are different motivations that induce the individuals to take necessary action. In Story A, it is the love and sharing of the street mom, that led Maggie to join with her family again. In Story B, it is the necessity of the school and Langford to keep the kids on this side rather than leaving them to go to the other side to join other schools that led Langford to take action. In Story C, it is the need for doing things normally with one leg (that the other people do with two legs) made Terry to take action and try harder which is rewarding and challenging....
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