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Leadership Analysis of 12 Angry Men
Transcript of Leadership Analysis of 12 Angry Men
APPLICATION OF LEADERSHIP
Ziqing "Lindsey" Yang
"Leaders need courage to face the challenges of taking prudent risks and taking initiative in general." - Andrew J. DuBrin
This task-related personality trait enables a person to face challenges and consequences.
In our presentation, we'll be discussing how Juror #8 from
12 Angry Men
displays the leadership traits of courage and emotional intelligence - as well as the impact of these traits on other characters and plot.
- managing conflict
- building personal bonds
A Question for YOU
“We cannot tell what may happen to us in the strange medley of life. But we can decide what happens in us — -how we can take it, what we do with it —- and that is what really counts in the end.” —- Joseph Fort Newton
The ability to control one's emotions and act with honesty and integrity
The ability to understand your own emotions
Empathy towards others
Intuition about organizational problems
Who here believes they will continue interacting with members of their team after this class has ended?
Juror Eight (Davis) is a calm, thoughtful and rational architect with two children. He's usually gentle in his manner but also assertive in expressing his opinions.
He is the only juror voting "not guilty" at the very beginning. He's a natural leader who stands by his position and eventually persuades all other jurors to vote "not guilty" in the end.
The complex mixture of emotional intelligence with a courageous attitude can shift the dynamics of any group environment.