You can assume you met up with my boss Ben who owns his small electrical business. You can come up with the information and answer the following questions regards to ben and from his perspective.make sure to follow the outline about outline.
Short bio of the leader part: Ben is 40 years old, attended Coyne college in Chicago, he started working with his dad while he was young and eventually started his own electrical company( legacyelectric), business currently located in the Chicago area and has been in the business for almost 15 years now.. (You can add on top of that, this is just a small description about him to know who he is and what he does)
MEMO 2 – Interview with the Leader
(Single Spaced, 1-2 Pages)
Conduct an interview with the leader of the selected organization and ask the following questions:
- What were your early years like?
- How have your parents and others such as friends, teachers and mentors influenced your leaderships style?
- What is your leadership style?
- How has your leadership evolved over time?
- Can you elaborate on any leadership mistakes you made and the lessons learned?
- What do you look for when you decide to invest in people?
- What career and life advise would you give to new college graduates?
I. Short Bio of the Leader
II. Questions and Answers Format
“There is a universal belief in God”, in all cultures, in remote areas or in mega metropolis cities. The existence of God is elucidated by the Cosmic Designer. He exists. The teleological argument (telos is from Greek – “the end to which all things relate, the aim, purpose, eternal”. Logos means explanation, reason, it is based on the finding of the fine-tuning for the life in the Universe. The explanation of the existence of God is as follows: fine-tuning of the Universe, the arguments for design. What is fine tuning in nature? Why the universe is fine tuned for life? According to McGrath, fine-tuning alludes to the scientific discernment that the “values of fundamental cosmological constants” and the features of initial conditions of the universe within which intelligent life can thrive . Those values are specific for the existence of life. Some examples that the author lists are: a) “gravitational constant; b) speed of the light in the vacuum; c) electromagnetic coupling; d) masses of the elementary particles”. He goes on in clarifying that if the gravity varied by 1part in 1040 () the life would be inexistent. If any these values were altered an inch for less or more, the Universe would expanded so rapidly that the formation of the stars would be impossible , life would be non-existent, and there also wouldn’t be any planets. “The combination of the constants of gravity, electromagnetism, and the ratio of electron to proton mass were varied by about one part in 1039 , no main sequence stars such as our own sun would be able to form”. The environment of the universe would be hostile to life of any type. If there isn’t any alignment of nuclear resonance of the carbon with the resonance of berylllium and a colliding helium nucleus, that will result in little carbon, the basis of life. The development of biological life form will be void and in the Universe the life of any origin would take place. Imagine the “infinity, from star system to stars, to subatomic particles, the constitution of cosmos, there are the constants and quantities” of the Universe. They are exactly values, in a reduced life permit sphere, that cannot be modified in a minimum value, because no corporeal, interactive life of any specie could exist anywhere. It is impossible to have agricultural fields, forests, wildlife and chemical reactions. “The remarkable fact is that the values of these numbers seem to have been very finely adjusted to make possible the development of life” – Stephen Hawking In order for the Universe to be life-permitting, the starting conditions and constants have to be fine-tuned with exceptional accuracy. Willian Lane Craig has the following arguments for designer: II – The arguments for design are:>GET ANSWER