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Christopher Larson ORGL 502 Wall Art, Woodwork and Leadership
Transcript of Christopher Larson ORGL 502 Wall Art, Woodwork and Leadership
Wall Art, Woodwork, and Leadership
Common raw materials. What could I create?
Finding the Center
Sticking to set of core values personally and according to your organization. This is your center
Regulating the heat and balancing your organizations emotions around a center point
Lets see what we can make...
Seeing and seeing again
AhHA! That looks good!
Adding some glue
Creating a safe environment where teammates trust each other and leadership
Trimming up the edges
Eliminating toxic behaviors
Taking the time to mentor and polish team members skills
Using available resources (I had some old stain laying around)
As I stay up way past my bed time working on this project I was reminded of the quote I had brought to share in the music session on campus. Since I did not share it in class I would like to share it now...
“A king does not abide within his tent while his men bleed and die upon the field. A king does not dine while his men go hungry, nor sleep when they stand at watch upon the wall. A king does not command his men's loyalty through fear nor purchase it with gold; he earns their love by the sweat of his own back and the pains he endures for their sake. That which comprises the harshest burden, a king lifts first and sets down last. A king does not require service of those he leads but provides it to them...A king does not expend his substance to enslave men, but by his conduct and example makes them free.”
- Steven Pressfield, Gates of Fire (1998)
The background song (Eddie Vedder, Rise) seemed like the right choice for this project because the song is about finding a new direction (seeing and seeing again) after dealing with hardships (hardiness)