How was Po-pay’ influenced by Don Esteban Clemente and the Piro and Tompiro revolts and why was he described as “assuming Clemente’s mantle” (Kessell, p. 194) in the article that you read this week?
What was something that you learned from the Frontera! film on the Pueblo Revolt? Was there anything about the film that you disliked or disagreed with?
How did Spanish colonization affect how the Indigenous people in the Paso del Norte region were identified and how they identified themselves? In other words, how did the arrival of the Spanish and the conquest affect the identity of the Indigenous people of Paso del Norte?
How did ethnocentrism and xenocentrism contribute to the gradual colonization of the Pueblo nations. Ethnocentrism refers to the belief that your culture and practices are superior to all others, and Xenocentrism refers to the belief that that someone else’s culture and practices are superior to your own. (discussed in this week’s lecture)
Why is it important to learn about the Indigenous people of the Paso del Norte region? How do you think that history has shaped the borderland region we know as El Paso and Cd. Juarez today?
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hey are struggling then the goals should be made easier. Goals also allow for leader to assess how the team are performing, and how their leadership style is functioning with the group, if goals are not being met the leader must adapt how the team interact together or their leadership style to achieve them. Conclusions The theories discussed provide a framework for understanding teamwork, leadership and motivation, however often are only applicable to distinct situations so do not translate sufficiently into practice and should be used cautiously. Clear connections and codependency exist between the theories, and ultimately in practice becomes the responsibility of the leader to intertwine them to achieve maximum performance from a group. For organisational behaviour to be successful, leadership must aspire change in group members, ensure teams are functional and individual group members are motivated, and is underpinned by a leaders ability to adapt the theories to the situational factors around them. To do this, and successfully implement policies to gain maximum performance, there must be conditions that make the situation favourable for a leader, and is the responsibility of the group at the top of an organisations hierarchy. In summary, the theories discussed may not always directly provide the solution required to maximum performance from a group, but equip a leader with the understanding of the core principles of leadership, teamwork and motivation, allowing them to shape and tailor the theories to any situation they face.>GET ANSWER