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Tutor profile: Carmen W.

Carmen W.
Leadership Developer and Master's Student, Theology & Ethics

Questions

Subject: Professional Development

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Question:

One of your best team members has recently started coming in late to work, frequently checking social media at their desk, and seems disinterested in company goals. After thinking it through, you realize that you have spent almost no time outside of evaluations with this team member. What percentage rule can you apply to start determining the source of this team member's current behavior?

Carmen W.
Answer:

The percentage rule most effective in this case comes from the Arbinger Institute's "Influence Pyramid" as demonstrated in the Anatomy of Peace. This pyramid outlines an effective leadership strategy of spending 80% of leadership time on relationship-building, 20% on correction. This pyramid is characterized by 1) Getting out of the Box, 2) Building Relationships with others with Influence, 3) Building the Relationship, 4) Listen and Learn, 5) Teach & Communicate, and finally 6) Correction. By only spending time in the corrective mode (evaluations), this team leader has forgotten the golden percentage and will need to work to repair the relationship as a first strategy in identifying the issue.

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

Sam is given 7 watermelons, Sarah 13, and Rebecca 1. What percentage of the total watermelon allotment was given to Sam?

Carmen W.
Answer:

The total watermelon allotment was 7+13+1=21. Sam was given 7 watermelons, which means he got 7/21 or 1/3 or 33%.

Subject: Religious Studies

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Question:

In discussing the first thousand years of Christian theological developments, what would Athanasius have to say about the reason for the incarnation and Christ's status with God the Father?

Carmen W.
Answer:

The first millennium of Christian theology focused on three main themes: The Incarnation, the Trinity, and community life within the church. Athanasius, as an adherent to Nicaea and a respondent to the Arians, focused on the Incarnation as the resolution of the Fall and staunchly defended Christ's equality with God the Father. While Athanasius hoped that this would put to rest the disputes over the Incarnation and the Trinity, these same questions erupted throughout the first thousand years of Christianity and, indeed, are still disputed today in inter religious dialogues.

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