According to Plato, how does the justice of the individual relate to justice in the city? And why does Plato think that justice makes the individual and the city ‘happy’ (i.e. why does he believe that justice is beneficial or pleasant?)? Are Plato’s accounts of the relationship between the individual and city, and the happiness of the just individual and city convincing? Why or why not?
The article focuses on leadership within teams and what the leadership role means using the model of leadership theory model. Not all leaders within a team have to be the coach and this article talks more about the leaders of a team besides just the coaches. Researchers conducted a study to show the formal and informal roles within a team by giving their participants a survey. The participants included 218 intercollegiate athletes who were asked a series of questions before and after the end of their seasons to see who they thought were informal and formal leaders among their teams. The researchers findings were really interesting and concluded that people with all three leadership functions were satisfied with their teams balance, whereas teams that didn’t have people who portrayed all three leadership functions were not satisfied with the imbalance. This directly correlates with the multi-dimensional theory by explaining that the actions of one can directly impact the teams performance. Analysis: The article explains and correlates well with the Multi-dimensional theory with does explain that the actions of a leader can make or break a team’s success. I think that the research should have included specific athletes and what sport they were on. The impact of leaders could vary from team to team due to the fact that everyone needs something different from their leaders. Throughout the leadership model, it shows how important it is to have a positive relationship between the leaders and the rest of the team so that team satisfaction is as great as it can be.>GET ANSWER