Explorations In Leadership Discussion
ITGS 400 Explorations in Leadership
Read Mandela Part 6
Mandela, Nelson. (1995) Long Walk to Freedom. New York: Little Brown and Company Paperback. ISBN: 0-31654818-9. (Make sure that you have the full version, not an abridged version, otherwise you’ll not be able to complete assignments).
Response to Materials
· Do not delete the questions – simply indent your answers to retain the numbering system.
· Use a formal writing style and proofread for correct use of language.
· Write a short paragraph for each question, addressing each of the points mentioned.
The aim is generally threefold:
(1) to demonstrate your familiarity with the course materials. Provide as much information you consider necessary to achieve this end. Cite the page number in the text where you found the information using this format: “(Mandela, 2012, p. 5)” and for films, cite the director and date e.g., “(Attenborough, 1982)” or in the case of my own instructor videos, “(Woodward, 2007)”. For the book, check what date your edition is on the front inside cover, it might be the original from 1995, or a later publication. If you have an audio book, it likely states the publication date somewhere.
(2) to think critically about issues and comment on them
(3) to self-reflect on your own development of leadership to date and potential for the future. This is considered in a much broader sense than leadership within any official position and includes day-to-day lifestyle.
Mandela: Part 6
1. (A) Describe what living “underground” meant in practical terms for Mandela, explaining the conditions.
(B) Comment on this lifestyle and how you might find that sort of experience.
2. (A) Describe the definition of “Umkhonto we Siswe” (the name of the youth military wing of the ANC created and led by Mandela) and the significance of this name as it aligned with the vision of the group.
(B) Comment on the decision by young ANC members to take this specific philosophical direction and plan of action in the organization, explaining why you agree with it or not.
3. (A) Explain the two main reasons why Mandela traveled through various countries in Africa.
(B) Comment on what travel nationally or internationally has or might benefit you in preparing you for any future role you may want to take in impacting change.
4. (A) Describe the training that Mandela received in Addis Ababa and why it was cut short.
(B) Reflect on Mandela’s decision and the importance of flexibility in life.
(C) Describe how you have had to change any life circumstance because of something unforeseen and how you’ve managed to either still proceed towards your goal or adapt your goal itself.
Part 1 https://hml.ewu.edu/player?autostart=n
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