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In the Civics classes of yesterday and the day before we had a group activity called Zombie Apocalypse Scenario After choosing Noah as our group leader the teacher called all the selected group leaders and had a discussion with them outside of the classroom When Noah returned we began the activity As we were making the choices Noah just sat there letting us decide on the choices we wanted When we asked him if he was ok with all the choices that we made he just said Sure I dont really care or Doesnt matter We didnt understand why he was saying these things when he was suppose to be the leader that guides us in the decision making Because of his gall attitude our group became chaotic and started arguing about all the decisions Later on we managed to get it under control I took over his leadership role and used a Democratic style soon everyone was involved in the discussion We had a variety of different perspectives and solutions suggested by everyone and many people were satisfied with the final decision However it was hard at the time to please everyone in the group with the final decisions and we barely got all the tasks done on time Later we found out that Noah was actually instructed by the teacher to be a Lessez- faire leader What this means is that the leader Noah only provides little guidance to the followers and trusts that they will make the right decision which was why he probably responded with Sure I dont care or Doesnt matter everytime we asked his option on the decisions However our group felt that Noahs way of leading us was very ineffective simply because he was doing nothing and we used the term useless to describe him We found the way that I was leading them was highly
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