“Why Leaders Eat Last” the Film by Simon Sinek Essay (Movie Review)

In my opinion, Simon Sinek’s film “Why Leaders Eat Last” is a useful source for leaders on all levels of the organizational hierarchy. I related to the ideas presented by Simon since he focused on cooperation and collaboration that benefit all participants. These ideas resonated with me because I see a leader as someone who …

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The Epic of Gilgamesh and the Bible

The Epic of Gilgamesh entails themes and motifs that are similar to those of the Hebrew Bible.  Both the Bible and the Epic of Gilgamesh give their own perspective of justice. However, the Epic of Gilgamesh contains numerous different perspective on justice (Weiler, 3).

Film Review of “The Last Waltz”

“The Last Waltz” is a final concert-video performance of the Band in 1978 and is directed by Martin Scorsese. It is composed of the following Band members: Robbie Robertson who is their guitarist, Levon Helms who plays drums, Rick Danko who is their bassist, Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson who are their pianist and instrumentalist organizer respectively.

Leadership Styles in Norma Rae (1979) Movie Review

This is a film that was released in the period whereby the Americans were losing interest on labor unions and politicians seemed to be eager in criticizing organized labor that harmed American competitiveness in the world market. In this film, a certain character, Norma Rae, emphasizes on experiences of a person living in Roanoke Rapid, who played the role of leadership in striving to win the union representation at the J.P Stevens Company (“Norma Rae (1979),” n.d.).