You have just been assigned to lead a team that has an established history with your organization. Due to some serious issues in the past, you are concerned about building relationships with the team members and creating a working environment of mutual trust and collaboration.REQUIREMENTSFor this assessment you will choose one of the following three options:Option A: Your Own StoryFor this option, choose a real situation from your own work experience where a team of people needed to work together in order to get something done. For whatever reason, the group failed to succeed. Now that you will be working as the new leader of the team, you would like to take steps to prevent the same thing from happening again.Option B: Case Study – NASA Challenger DisasterFor this option, use this chapter:Snarski, R. D. (2017). Communicating clearly in the information age: A guide to easy and effective writing for employees, students, writers and anyone who uses the written word. Tampa, FL: Author.Chapter 1, “The Global Importance of Effective Communication [PDF].”The reading asserts that NASA engineers knew there was a problem in the shuttle that could cause a disaster, yet the shuttle launched. As a new team leader at NASA, you want to take steps to build trust among the members of the team and develop relationships that will result in better collaboration and engagement, so a disaster like this doesn’t happen again.Option C: Case Study – BP Oil SpillFor this option, use this case study:Reuters. (2011, February 17). Gulf oil spill could have been prevented by BP workers who weren’t consulted: Report. Huffington Post. Retrieved from https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/17/oil-spil…The Gulf oil spill article asserts that there were some at BP who knew in advance that there was a problem that could lead to a disaster. As the new team leader for a team at BP, you want to take steps to build trust among the members of the team and develop relationships that will result in better collaboration and engagement to prevent similar disasters in the future.ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONSFor whichever case you chose, complete the following:Write a professional paper that analyzes the tools leaders can use to build trust and collaboration and explains why you believe storytelling is one effective tool for you to use to lead your team. In your paper, complete the following:Analyze the tools leaders can use to build trust and relationships, foster collaboration, and help employees feel engaged with their work.Identify the specific tools.Explain how each tool can be used.Explain the benefits of each tool.Explain ways in which leaders use storytelling to build trust and relationships.Provide some examples of times when using storytelling would be effective.Tell a story to your team. Create a section of your paper where you craft a story to your team which informs them about the past situation, yet inspires them to excellence in the future.Craft a story that:Describes the past situation and what went wrong. Where did the breakdown in trust happen?Discusses what you have learned from that situation about trust, relationships, communication, collaboration, and any other aspects.Describes your plan for building trust among the team members.Is well organized and appropriate for your intended audience.When you create this paper you should have a single file that is organized with subheadings and is easy to read and follow. It should include, at minimum, an introduction, sections on collaboration and trust, a section on storytelling and how it is effect, and then a section that actually tells the story that you, as a leader, would tell your team.If you wish, instead of writing the story portion of this paper, you can create a video or audio recording of it using Capella-supported Kaltura Media or providing your instructor with a YouTube link. When using Kaltura for your recording, you may record a video or use audio only if you do not have a camera on your computer. Refer to the MBA Program Resources for the Using Kaltura tutorial to prepare for this option.DELIVERABLE FORMATProfessional paper of 3–5 pages.Include supporting resources.If you chose to record your story using Kaltura or YouTube upload, it should not exceed 5 minutes and you should put a note saying you have attached an audio/video file in the appropriate section of your paper.EVALUATIONBy successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:Competency 2: Apply leadership strengths and behaviors to workplace situations.Apply storytelling skills to a workplace situation where trust and collaboration are essential.Competency 3: Recommend evidence-based strategies for leading and collaborating in complex environments.Analyze the tools leaders can use to build trust and relationships, foster collaboration, and help employees feel engaged with their work.Explain ways in which leaders use storytelling to build trust and relationshipsCompetency 5: Communicate effectively through academic and professional writing.Correctly format citations and references using current APA style.Write content clearly and logically with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.
‘Of every one of his disasters, Othello is Shakespeare’s generally tireless and painful’ on the grounds that it ‘focuses on the deliberate immolation of one man’ contends Geoffrey Benet of the Antioch Review. Shakespeare’s Othello is immersed with issues of envy, sexuality and sex as the crowd watches Othello fall into the pit of double dealing that his ensign, Iago, has burrowed. All through the play, Iago captures Othello with uncertainty of his significant other, Desdemona’s dependability. In spite of the fact that there is no ‘visual’ proof that Desdemona has been backstabbing to Othello, Othello’s restless manliness drives him to finish her life: a penance to the requesting manly guideline. For Othello accepts he is a piece of the rebuilding of request guaranteeing himself as ‘a respectable killer’ (V.ii.33). Othello’s apparently silly acts are yielded not just from the control of his malicious ensign, yet additionally from Othello’s profound seeded uncertainty in his manliness. Desdemona, at that point exists as a strong explanation against the manly standard and male controlled society. Indeed, even Iago’s underhandedly persuading words couldn’t have supplanted Othello’s reliability and confidence in his adored Desdemona. There is something a lot further influencing everything: Othello is unreliable in his manliness which is shallowly situated in the male rule of the age. The consequence of which makes Iago’s toxic words conceivable and carries Othello to uxoricide. Othello’s restless manliness is the seed of catastrophe in Shakespeare’s Othello” encouraged by the infiltrating lies of the not really legit Iago to uncover the ghastly idea of male centric society and the manly standard. Othello, the honorable Moore of Venice is a man of victory and experience ‘of small margin scapes i’th’ inevitable fatal rupture, of being taken by the ill bred adversary.’ (I.iii.135’6). At the end of the day he is a man of accomplishment and certainty. Significantly regarded and believed commander utilized by Venice, Othello is called to obligation whenever there’s any hint of contention. In the primary scene of the play, Othello is called to take up arms against Cyprus (I.iii). In war he is known as a man of obligation, administration and sure authority. Michael Cassio, Othello’s lieutenant, takes note of that Othello isn’t effectively pained’ he is a man of intensity and courage. These characteristics at first draw in Desdemona to Othello. Othello notes, ‘she adored me for the risks I had passed,/And I cherished her that she pitied them’ (I.iii.166’7). Striking Othello likewise shows up only positive about the devotion of his better half as the play starts; a similar sort of certainty he appears in military success. At the point when Desdemona’s dad cautions Othello that since she tricked her dad in wedding him, she may likewise mislead him as well. Othello reacts ‘my life upon her confidence.’ He puts his total trustworthiness in his better half’s reliability at his very own similar estimation life. However, over the span of the play, one sees how Othello’s appearing certainty is really hidden weakness. Some would contend that the primary issue in Shakespeare’s Othello isn’t man controlled society and on edge manliness however bigotry. Guaranteeing that the preference and bigot pressure demonstrated to much for Othello. Othello was first acted in 1604, which as per Martin Orkin was a period in which shading bias existed in England (Orkin, 167). In 1601, Queen Elizabeth grumbled about ‘the extraordinary number or ‘Negars and blackamoors’ which are crawled into the domain… ‘ (166). Orkin cites V.G. Kiernan expressing Europe was ‘going up against boorishness’ (167). Obviously in the time Shakespeare’s Othello arrived at the phase there was an incredible level of racial strain in Europe. ‘Barbarian traditions, sexual bashes and savagery… were related with obscurity in the Elizabethan personality, a shading that, thusly, proposed invalidation, soil, sin and demise’ (Vaughan, 52). Dull skin was related with evil tendencies and unreasonable sexuality. This is the social setting confining Othello. The racial strains of England in the mid sixteen hundreds is unmistakably reflected in Othello as the main issue, some would contend. Othello is over and again described by the idea of his skin. In the main scene of Othello Iago murmurs to Barbantio, Desdemona’s dad, that ‘ an old dark slam/Is tupping your white ewe (I.i. 89). Proceeding, Iago considers Othello a ‘Barbary Horse’ (I.i.122). The theme of racial preference can’t go overlooked in Othello. It is hard to envision that the groups that assembled to watch were nonpartisan to the subject of race given the chronicled setting. Note Iago’s vulgar remarks that middle around interracial marriage. As above noted, Iago discusses Othello with unusual creature symbolism. He often connects Othello with the unrefined demonstrations of creatures. Iago isn’t the main character who talks about Othello in such silly terms. Roderigo drives Barbantio with news that Othello and Desdemona have stolen away. First bringing up Othello’s ‘thick lips’ (I.i.66) he argues to Barbantio, to spare his little girl from ‘the gross catches of an indecent Moor”‘ (I.i.137). Barbantio’s supremacist and xenophobic demeanors are touched off by Iago and Roderigo’s defamation. He also is tainted with the age’s xenophobia and prejudice for he can’t settle on feeling of his little girls choice to wed Othello aside from if there was dim enchantment included. He blusters, ‘Damn’d as thou workmanship, thou hast charmed her… in the event that she in chains of enchantment were not bound’ she could never have raced to ‘the dirty chest’ (I.ii. 283). For to Barbantio, nothing else except for black magic could be affecting everything for Desdemona to adore Othello. Regardless of all these vindictive terms, the Venetian court is resolute, delineating the bigotry of the hour of Othello. In any case, Othello is no more bizarre to the criticisms of bigotry. He shared stories ‘Of being taken by the disrespectful enemy/And offered to servitude, of my recovery thus’ (I.3.137’138). From this we can presume that Othello has one after another been oppressed by enemies and sold into administration. However he conquered the obligations of subjection. The theme of bondage proceeds as scenes disentangle alongside Othello’s significant serenity as Iago keeps on ambushing Othello’s position. At the point when Othello requests that he talk uninhibitedly to him Iago attacks, ‘however I am bound to each demonstration of obligation/I am not bound to that all slaves are allowed to’ (III.iii. 1782’1783). All things considered, Othello stays unaffected by Iago’s words. Othello’s life is evidence that he has conquered harmful disdain toward his race and culture, it is hard to accept that partiality is the essential purpose behind Othello’s debilitated mental state toward the finish of the play. Nothing seems to terrify Othello with the exception of the unfaithfulness of Desdemona. Othello rushes not to guard himself of having taken Desdemona from her dad, nor of doing as such by utilizing black magic. He confesses to having ‘ta’en away this elderly person’s little girl, It is generally valid; genuine, I have hitched her’ (I.iii.417’418). Unshaken by Barbantio’s allegation, Othello even energetically expresses that he will depict ‘of my entire course of adoration; what drugs, what charms, What conjuration and what may enchantment… I won his girl’ (I.iii.431’434). Clearly, Othello is neither astounded nor worried about the idea of the allegations brought against him in court. Rather than urgently arguing his case stating that he won Desdemona’s heart. However in the event that this story was insufficient for the court, Othello requests that they bring Desdemona into the court. His certainty is accordingly, that on the off chance that he is discovered ‘foul in her report,’ not to just remove his office as general yet additionally his very own life. Indisputably Othello can’t be shaken from the way that Desdemona adores him. Subsequently, it can’t be that bigotry prompts Othello’s destruction nor that the partiality that encompasses him yields his passing. Orkin states that ‘Shakespeare is expounding on shading preference and… is working deliberately against shading bias..’ (Orkin, 170). For Othello goes up against Barbantio’s words. Notwithstanding these words don’t break his certainty nor lead to his ruin. It is most intriguing that the bias found in Othello is an impression of the racial strain of England during the time the play initially showed up. Andreas states that the way that Othello is fixated on racial clash would doubtlessly have been plainly obvious to Shakespeare and his peers (Andreas, 40). In his article ‘Othello’s African Progeny,’ Andreas clarifies ‘crowds never again required Iago lashing up supremacist feelings… Such hazardous previously established inclinations were instilled in the minds of playgoers a long time before landing at the theater’ (41). In this lies the contention that bigotry and shading preference is the chief purpose behind Othello’s disentangling, for it mirrors the estimations of the time. However, for Othello to have sought after and hitched Desdemona makes plain Othello’s strength. For Othello isn’t doubtful to the time’s racial preference. A man of such high status, having gotten away from bondage and to be conceded the title of general of the Venetian armed force, would have overseen against extraordinary resistance. Regardless of the bigotry of the time, Othello has obtained incredible regard. Considered the ‘honorable Moor,’ and ‘all adequate.’ Hero, and hero, Othello is ground-breaking, articulate and regarded. Racial slurs don’t upset his quality. Plainly Othello has expelled himself from the issue of race. He is effective and joyfully hitched to the cherished Desdemona. However unmistakably there is a more prominent issue having an effect on everything. For Iago’s torment alone couldn’t carry the incomparable Othello to crumple. Underneath the facade or Othello’s sure masculinity is uncertainty. Restless manliness and the male chief lead to his defeat. This profound weakness and on edge manliness is apparent in the quick weakening of Othello’s trust in his adored Desdemona. ‘Legit’ Iago rapidly brings Othello’s weakness into light through his>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)