Onsulting, Coaching and Leadership (Communication)
Case Study/Artifact Presentation
Subject: Consulting, Coaching and Leadership
You are being requested to complete a work that represents a case study or artifact (something you found: Example youtube video or magazine article relating to the materials provided). The case study or artifact can be any item you find online, in the media, in a book or reputable magazine. The case study or artifact should be something that illustrates, in some way, a concept or concepts from the reference provided.
Introduce and explain the artifact (video, article, etc) in such a way that creates and contributes to reference provided. To be successful with this request, you must show relevancy of the case study/artifact to the reference provided. The work can be descriptive, be a presentation, or some other means to present the subject.
Be sure to ask discussion questions, as in the example provided.
Below is an example of what I am looking for from this order.
I am requesting a writer whose first language is English to avoid noticeable grammatical errors, and request for additional editing.
References you must incorporate:
a?a?Eight Principal Skillsa? (two pages, only) and Chs. 3 & 20 from The Consultantas Craft
a?Chapter 7 from Getting Started
a?Chapters 3, 8, 9 in Coaching Leaders
Example of requested case study or artifact:
Many of you may be familiar with Getting to Yes, which is written by William Ury and Roger Fisher. In this well-known book, the two Harvard professors describe the notion of facilitative negotiation to assist parties in conflict. Since that initial work in the early 1980s, they have expanded upon the ideas that assist conflicting parties in resolving their differences. In this Tedtalk, William Ury posits that there is another key to resolving conflicts, both large and small. Ury says: a?The secret to peace is us. Itas us who act as the surrounding community around any conflict who play a constructive role.a?
Ury explains how in a tribe of bushmen in Africa, the tribe does not a?rest until they have a resolution or better yet, reconciliation,a? and that it is the a?third sidea? in a conflict who reminds the conflicting parties of whatas at stake. In essence, he says that a?the third side helps us go to the balcony, which is a metaphor for a place of perspective, where we can keep our eyes on the prize.a?
After listening to this talk, which focuses largely on re-framing the story of Abraham, from one of hostility to one of hospitality, can you identify any conflicts where you play a significant role as a third party? How can (or has) your perspective as a third party to a conflict assist(ed) the parties in resolving their differences? Have you had any positive or negative experiences to confirm or refute this idea of a third partyas potentially constructive role?
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