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    whether all perspectives fit in. 2. Develop and justify the leadership styles to be used in the King and Queen Hotel Suites to ensure all the staff support the new business development at the Mt Taranaki Resort. According to University Alliance (2015) the most prevalent sayings, “Great leaders are born, not made.” To some level, the capability for great leadership is distinctive. Nevertheless, learning to be an effective leader is within everyone’s grasp – whether the leader leads numerous groups, a whole business or just a staff associate. Clark, Hartline, & Jones (2009) states that “Leadership” is an organisation 's most essential role which involves manipulating people and group of individuals towards accomplishing the hierarchical objectives. In any association, the bleeding edge workers are straightforwardly dependable and responsible for the eye to eye client service, quality administration and consumer loyalty. A chief 's authority style profoundly influences the representatives ' conduct furthermore their capacity to adjust to the associations ' objectives. As per the Educational Business Articles (2015) there are six different styles of leadership as mentioned in the below table: (Educational Business Articles, 2015) As a HR manager of King and Queen Hotel Suites to ensure all the staff support the new business development at the Mt Taranaki Resort the leadership styles I will use are as follows: According to (Educational Business Articles, (2015) I would…

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    boarded the Mayflower, intending to sail to Virginia, but arrived at Plymouth in November of 1620. Because they arrived with an insufficient supply of food and it was too late to grow crops, half of the Pilgrims died in their first winter. Thankfully, the chief of the Wampanoags, Masasoit, and his translator, Squanto, helped save the Separatists from starvation and total destruction. Of course, the Pilgrims celebrated their first harvest with Masasoit’s tribe, which we know today as the story…

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    I am a crew member with Sir Francis Drake. I am here because I was with him when he killed the Spanish Armada. I was with him from June to September, 1588. We were at the English Channel. He Killed them because they were going around killing random people. If he did not kill them then we would be dead because they would have gotten to us and killed our tribe. Sir Francis Drake did not just kill the Spanish, he was ordered to. When he was ordered to kill them he went out to find them to stop…

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    In 1588, off the coast of Grave-lines, France, Spain’s so-called “insuperable Armada” was defeated by the English soldiers under the command of Lord Charles Howard and Sir Francis Drake. Their main aim was to overthrow Queen Elizabeth1 of England and the Tudor establishment of Protestantism in England. After fighting for almost eight hours, a change in wind direction forced the Spanish to retreat from the battle and sailed toward the North Sea. The Spanish Armada had hoped to win the…

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    the old man to Plymouth where he would have been shipped off as a slave … instead Church asked him where he wanted to live out the rest of his life… Church made some enquiries and soon Conscience had a new home.” By using Church’s exact reactions and speech it paints him as more dimensional. This is especially true given his views on the enslavement of the indians, Philbrick writes, “To Church’s mind, the enslavement of Indians from Plymouth and Dartmouth in the summer of 1675 was “an action so…

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    Imagine yourself on the Mayflower, staring out into the open sea. The harsh storm going on tossed your ship around, and all the tossing and spinning made you feel seasick! This was one of the many challenges that the Plymouth Colony Pilgrims had to face. I believe that the Plymouth Colony faced many hardships during their attempt to create a new colony. The three main challenges that the Pilgrims faced were the unpleasant conditions during their voyage, arriving at Cape Cod instead of their…

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    acquire the customs of the dutch and speak their language. This meant that the english needed a location where they could do what they wanted and be left alone. Luckily virginia gave them a window of opportunity and the pilgrims took advantage of it. Apparently by 1620 the virginia company was deep in the pit financially. July 22nd 1620, 30 pilgrims set out from holland, and met the Mayflower which carried 70 non-separatists to go to america as laborers.for 65 days, 101 people were on the boat,…

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    Jamestown and Plymouth In the early 15th century, Europeans began to set their eyes on the horizon in search of a new world. As countries began to set sail in hopes of gold, God and glory, the idea of permanent settlement in the New World was out of mind, at least at first. As both Spain and Portugal ruled over the mercantile scene, England was yet to make its mark. Feeling the pressure, England joined the hunt for natural resources without knowing it would one day be the start of the modern…

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    English royalty. Although the settlement in Jamestown wasn 't the first attempt at colonization in the new world for England it was the first successful colony. The settlers in Jamestown were funded by the Virginia Company to create and colonize a civilization. The Virginia Company was an opportunity for people to explore the new world funded by wealthy men, who were hoping to make a profit off the new land. Early in the process of colonization there was a high death rate among the settlers,…

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    William Brewster and Separatist Pilgrims’ Immigration to America William Bradford wrote of his close friend and mentor, “[Elder William Brewster] would labor with his hands in the fields as long as he was able; yet when the church had no other minister, he taught twice every Sabbath, and both powerfully and profitable, to the great contentment of his hearers” (qtd. in Gragg 291). This hard work and dedication of my ancestor, Brewster, was greatly admired. The work ethic he exhibited made the…

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