Critique the article "The Nine Dilemmas Leaders Face."
Begin with an introduction that defines the subject of the critique and a point of view. Defend the point of view by raising specific issues or aspects of an argument. Conclude the critique by summarizing the argument and re-emphasizing an opinion.
1. Identify and explain the author's ideas. Include specific passages that support the description of the author's point of view.
2. Offer you own opinion. Explain what you think about the argument. Describe several points which are agreeable or disagreeable.
The article by Stewart and Curry, 'The nine dilemmas Leaders Face' reveals through the case of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, the most essential dilemmas leaders face in business. The article was based on the story of how a leadership center by CIBC came about and the job it was charged to do. This center's leadership began to interview top executives to see what they felt was needed and what they wanted to see in leadership. The main issues usually mentioned by leaders were among the answers such as conflict resolution, leadership vs management, and long-term vs short term. However, most business people realize there are many other issues that must be part of leadership training.
Every business person faces some dilemmas when trying to find and train leaders. Leaders, more than just managers, must handle conflict, company vision, and the long term and short term goals of the company. However, empowerment is as important to create success. ...
An article critique on dilemmas leaders faces are examined.