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Running head: INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 1
Individual Assignment
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation
MGT 502/MGT 503
Instructor’s Name
Date

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INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 2
Individual Assignment
I have always had stories from family and friends working in the corporate world about
different types of leaders. Although I tried defining leadership in my own inexperienced way
not having worked in any organizationI could not comprehensively understand the term until I
started my career in my previous workplace. Working under an authoritative leader was a shock
to me, and it almost gave me chills every time I thought about reporting to work. My short-lived
manager, Mr. Smithnot his real name was an authoritarian leader who did not care much
about the employees or shown any compassion towards our needs. However, fortunately, he was
transferred to another region, and I had to work under a new leader. As I narrate this story, I am
delighted and thankful for that organizational change because I believe it could have changed
and destroyed my assumption about who a leader is had I continued working under Mr. Smith.
Our new manager was a delightful person who showed concern and inspired us to
achieve our potential. He was contrary to what I had come to see as a leader. Mr. Charles
Monroenot his real namewas motivating and inspiring, always encouraging us to work
collaboratively to attain the corporate goal. He knew the art of teamwork and communication.
According to him, leadership was not all about giving orders but an interaction between
employees and their leaders. He exemplified this by always joining our meetings and assisting us
in achieving the set goals. He was friendly and open, a man who always communicated the
goals, sought employees’ commitment, inspired, and ensured that our needs were satisfied. Mr.
Monroe always cared for the workers, listened carefully to the team’s needs and opinions, had
good communication skills, and set a clear and understandable vision. He was a mentor and
coach to many of us and always eager to assist and appreciate our efforts.

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Running head: INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT Individual Assignment Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation MGT 502/MGT 503 Instructor’s Name Date 1 INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 2 Individual Assignment I have always had stories from family and friends working in the corporate world about different types of leaders. Although I tried defining leadership in my own inexperienced way— not having worked in any organization—I could not comprehensively understand the term until I started my career in my previous workplace. Working under an authoritative leader was a shock to me, and it almost gave me chills every time I thought about reporting to work. My short-lived manager, Mr. Smith—not his real name— was an authoritarian leader who did not care much about the employees or shown any compassion towards our needs. However, fortunately, he was transferred to another region, and I had to work ...
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