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Twelve O'Clock High

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This paper presents a symptomatic paradigm of leadership approaches. A typical illustration of how this paradigm operates is shown in Twelve O‰Ђ™Clock High, a 1949 film which depicts a World War II narrative and how a weak bomber team was motivated and empowered by a transformative leader. Brigadier General Savage, played by Gregory Peck, was assigned to the very weak 918th Bomb Group to find out why the group sustained too many fatalities. By initially displaying a commanding leadership approach where he gained power as a result of his rank, he was able to set up procedures and determine goals that allowed the group to live through the bombing attacks more victoriously. After that, as the group reacted to his effectual tactics Savage changed to a persuasive leadership approach. Assessing

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