Leadership and Company
Your abstract should be one paragraph and should not exceed 120 words. It is a summary of the most important elements of your paper. All numbers in the abstract, except those beginning a sentence, should be typed as digits rather than words. To count the number of words in this paragraph, select the paragraph, and on the Tools menu click Word Count. Critical Thinking Assignment
Cliffside Holding Company of Massapequa (CHCM) is a company that has been run for over 50 years. This company has compiled and thought of a bigger plan to help the company in its growth to help the company become more successful in the future years. An idea was proposed to start a leadership education course for the junior executives so that they may …show more content…
What are the Value and descriptive assumption?
The Value and descriptive assumption is noted that great executive leaders cannot be created they only can be self-driven. This is a value assumption because this has no evidence that successful executives cannot be developed by giving them leadership courses
Are there any fallacies in the reasoning?
The memo provided facts and observations to support the VP’s argument. However, the question is could they be considered factual findings or are the just based solely on the VP’s opinion. Soon after reading and analyzing the reasoning that the VP gave, I focused on what stood out to me and that was the statement that most successful leaders were tall above 6 feet tall. I look at the stats provided with the chart only to see that these were something that was just created for the memo and had no other true credibility. I believe this is a true fallacy. It is based upon someone’s own observation and if we based the way all companies ran and what they added to their company on solely opinion there would be very few successful business. There was no true evidence from an actual study being done to hold this information to be true, so the backup was definitely lacking from this argument. It led me to think that this research was not done and that it did not match to support the conclusion that was given. By stating, that leadership