Becoming Great Leaders

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Research shows that people acquire skills throughout their life as a leader, but there are always new ideas and concepts that present themselves. With changes in technologies, ways of communication, regulations and law, leaders should always adapt to the changes around them. Within the last several decades technology has made so much impact in how organizations are ran and have either destroyed their businesses or helped them expand.

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Great Leadership According to Roselinde Torres: TED Talk

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In Roselinde Torres TED talk, she has three questions that she suggests defines great leadership. The first question is where are you looking to anticipate change? She suggests that leaders should be looking at what they read, where they travel, and who are they talking to and what topics are included. She mentioned that “great leaders do not keep their heads down but look around corners.” (Torres, 2013). Leaders are supposed to flexible, adaptable, and quick to make important decisions that will benefit their organization and people.

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Analyzing ‘A Treatise of Human Nature’

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Read “A Treatise of Human Nature” and explain the problem that Hume attempts to deal with in this passage. Critically discuss the solution or solutions which he appears to be offering.

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Joint Venture

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Write a report describing the exact meaning of the term Joint Venture. The report should describe its’ importance and impact on entrepreneurs and within the context of entrepreneurship. It should also include examples.

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Main Arguments from Epictetus

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Discuss in your own words a main argument from Epictetus’ Handbook in Section 46, 47,48, and 51 that you consider to be important as well as explain why the author’s argument matters. Also, make sure you connect the author’s claims to something in the real world: to your own life, or to something in the news, or to a TV show/song/movie.

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Issues Affecting Your Community

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Choose an issue that affects your community – your neighborhood, your city , your state , your college campus, or a demographic that you belong to. Then, write an essay detailing what the issue is, where it came from, how it could potentially be addressed or solved, and why it should matter to the reader that this issue be solved.

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How Utilitarianism & Deontology Differ from Charity & Paternalism

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Illustrate how Utilitarianism and Deontology differ with regard to charity and the problems of paternalism by using an example (or examples) from the film Poverty

The Social Cost of Immigration in California

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What has the social costs of immigration done to California? How much has immigration cost the taxpayers?

Choosing the right mentor

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How do you go about locating a mentor? How do you know if a mentor is right for you? What are some important characteristics (strengths/weaknesses) you should look for in potential mentors? How could a mentor assist you in achieving potential academic and career goals related to a strategic leadership program?

Difference Between Everyday Personal, ‘Social’ Meanings & ‘sociological’ meanings of ‘The University’

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Using one example drawn from the research article on Bergerson , give an example of the sociological imagination in relation to the topic of ‘the university’ –ie. explain the difference between everyday personal, ‘social’ meanings and ‘sociological’ meanings of ‘the university’ in the contexts of students’ experience of university

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