Write a 3-4 page analysis of the film from a leadership communication's perspective.

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For this Movie Analysis project, choose and watch one feature length film provided in this suggestion list Click for more options

. Then write a 3-4 page analysis of the film from a leadership communication's perspective.

In your Movie Analysis, address the following topics:

  • Describe group dynamics and evolution.
  • Discuss useful leadership strategies utilized by the leader.
  • Examine problems/conflicts a leader encountered with the group.
  • Explain how communication was used in developing team-building skills.
  • Conclude how the principles shown in the film can be displayed or incorporated in business organizations.

Feature films can provide vivid examples of leadership communication concepts introduced in class and in the texts read. Below is a comprehensive - but not exhaustive list - of some of these feature films.

  • Elizabeth
  • Patton
  • Hotel Rwanda
  • Take the Lead
  • Coach Carter
  • Rules of Engagement
  • Apollo 13
  • Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
  • Good Night, and Good Luck
  • Whale Rider
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  • Million Dollar Baby
  • Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
  • Erin Brockovich
  • Remember the Titans
  • Dave
  • Stand and Deliver
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Twelve Angry Men
  • Thirteen Days
  • Startup.com
  • The Insider
  • Tea with Mussolini
  • The Godfather
  • The Big Kahuna

Essay & (Research) Paper Grading Rubric

Dimension

Criteria

Weight

Score

1.Conceptual Understanding & Critical Thinking

The essay/paper directly addresses the assigned topic and provides a thoughtful answer to each question demonstrating critical thinking and a sound understanding of the issues.

30%

30

2.Integration of Scripture and additional Text/ Resources

Writing is supported with Scripture as well as with course text and unassigned materials (at least 1 external resource in essays, 2 in papers and 3 in research papers).

15%

15

3. Application/ Personal Experience

The essay/paper provides integration and application of course theories and principles and relates to personal experience when appropriate.

15%

15

4. Innovation/ originality

The essay/paper demonstrates original innovative ideas and insights.

10%

10

5. Organization

The essay/paper is well-organized, including cover and reference pages, an introduction, summary, smooth transitions between topics, and logically developed paragraphs.

10%

10

6. Grammar/ Writing Style

The essay/paper employs correct English grammar, punctuation, and spelling, and appropriate word choices. In-text and after-text references are documented appropriately using APA style.

10%

10

7. Length

The essay/paper is the appropriate length, within the specified range.

10%

10

Late Points:

-10

0

TOTAL:

100

Comments:

Global Business, 4thEdition (Cengage Learning US, 2017). Mike Peng. ISBN: 9781305500891.

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Movie Analysis Minor Project 2 Feature films can provide vivid examples of leadership communication concepts introduced in class and in the texts read. Below is a comprehensive - but not exhaustive list - of some of these feature films. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Elizabeth Patton Hotel Rwanda Take the Lead Coach Carter Rules of Engagement Apollo 13 Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room Good Night, and Good Luck Whale Rider The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Million Dollar Baby Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Erin Brockovich Remember the Titans Dave Stand and Deliver Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Twelve Angry Men Thirteen Days Startup.com The Insider Tea with Mussolini The Godfather The Big Kahuna Analyze one films from this list or select your own. Do not assume that class members will automatically make connections between course principles and what they see on the screen. When viewing major motion pictures in the theatre, audiences typically react to such factors as the film’s entertainment value, its special effects, or the relationships between major characters. When viewing films for the leadership course, participants must focus on what the movie reveals about leadership. In your 3-4 page Movie Analysis, address the following topics: ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ Describe group dynamics and evolution. Discuss useful leadership strategies utilized by the leader. Examine problems/conflicts a leader encountered with the group. Explain how communication was used in developing team-building skills. Conclude how the principles shown in the film can be displayed or incorporated in business organizations. ...
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Group Development in the film ‘Twelve Angry Men’
The movie that will be analyzed is ‘Twelve Angry Men,’ and it has a lot of insight into
group dynamics. If one would seek to offer background on the film, it traces a case of a young
Hispanic boy who has been accused of the murder of his father, and the jury is expected to give a
verdict on the case. The main evidence in the case was from testimony from a witness and also
circumstantial evidence that had been supplied in the case. The decision has to be unanimous,
and this means that there should be no disagreements on the interpretation of the verdict.
Unfortunately, eleven of the jurors are not bothered by the weight of their civic duty, and thus it
falls on the persuasion of one person to give a perspective to other jurors. There are accounts on...

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