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Leadership and Ground Rule Changes

1. Analyze the relationship between leadership and ground rule changes.

2. Define the three types of employees
Good Solders:
Loose Cannons:
Grenades:
3. What is meant by the concept of Assumption of Cultural Homogeneity?
4. What is meant by the concept of Assumption of Cultural Similarity?
5. To be effective, ethics training must be refreshed reqularity. Why?

I needs some fresh ideas and please provide the references. Thank you.

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1. Analyze the relationship between leadership and ground rule changes.

Ground rules and principles are often written into ethical codes or ground rules might to written up as part of a group project, where the leader facilitates in way as to promote and encourage the internalization of these ground rules. At times they change, which need to communicated through effective leadership as ground rules and ethical codes are in a sense a way to institutionalized principles and values so they become part of the corporate cultural or in terms of groups, part of the group norms. They corporate ground rules are ways of meeting the corporate mission as well. Leaders lead in a way that empowers followers to embrace the ground rules in order to work towards a common end, that of meeting the corporate goals and mission (Malachowski, http://books.google.ca/books?id=F1Ny3QGtv2MC&pg=PA109&lpg=PA109&dq=Assumption+of+Cultural+Similarity&source=bl&ots=sgBBHo6h0b&sig=BsX03xkABHijMH0AQYdjNakeDPY&hl=en&ei=BwIGSsuwA5LaMfyxqKMD&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3).

2. Define the three types of employees.

A significant proportion of U.S. employees may work in ...

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This solution responds to the question thoroughly on various topics, including leadership, ground rule changes, types of employees, ethics in training and concepts e.g. assumption of Cultural Homogeneity and assumption of Cultural Similarity.

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