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More Than 100 Run to Honor Fallen Heros
One of the MICEE principles present in this story is Inspire a Shared Vision. It was shown in the story as Hugo Lentze from TMF talked to the sudents of Culver "About the run and its purpose", which inspired Adam Davis to organize the Culver Heroes Run event, and invite people of Culver and people within the region to join in the celebration of the heroes of 9/11.
Being able to Inspire a Shared Vision is important to this team's success in promoting responsible citizenship because their goal can only be accomplished by a group effort. By sharing his vision with his team and the Culver community, Hugo inspired the people around him to work hard towards having the Heroes Run at Culver, as well as motivating people from all over the area to participate in the run, and through the event, the community celebrated the heroes of the 9/11 event.
Another MICEE principle demonstrated in the reading is Model the Way, reflected through John Duffy '17's actions. He is the person who brought Hugo from TMF to talk to the students about the run. Not only did John advocate the run, but he also participated in it, showing the people around him that he actually cares about the cause he's promoting. John said, "I couldn't miss this," and came down from his university to do the Heroes Run with the people of the Culver community.
By Modeling the Way, the people in the team will see that the leader cares about the idea he/she is advocating about, and that they themselves are trying hard to accomplish the goal. The leader is not solely relying on his/her teammates to get the work done, istead, he/her is putting their efforts in as well. This way, the people in the team will be more wiling to work hard towards the team's goal.
I hope you enjoyed this, and learned something from it!
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