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L'AUTEUR

Pierre Fayard
Pierre Fayard est professeur à l'Université de Poitiers, détaché comme Conseiller Culturel et de Coopération à l'Ambassade de France au Pérou.

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09 décembre 2010

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Now that I'm long out of your class, I can officially say corangts. A few of my favorite things about your class were 1) that it was timely/relevant and we could see applicability to our lives now, 2) our ability to choose project topics and customize assignments to our interests, and 3) you made us feel like great' students. I consider myself a reasonably decent student, but you encouraged me (and others) and helped us improve and feel academically accomplished. And, when a student feels like they've really kicked ass above the norm on one assignment, that confidence helps them kick other asses. I've taken a hell of a lot of classes at a hell of a lot of schools, and your class is one of the ones that I remember (fondly) the most. In fact, it made me consider the Communications grad. program. So, kudos on the well-deserved recognition.

I agree that Godin's line sounds empty, but there is truth to it.One reoasn why we don't see great leaders any more: the world has so many entrenched managers, whether you are looking at the government, the military, the corporate world or academia. Leadership is perhaps more evident in the Middle East simply because there isn't the same labyrinth of managers to buffer the leaders' effects. This is also true in the blogosphere and the high-tech world, where the leader:manager ratio can be very high without compromising the effectiveness of the mission. It has even become an issue in the current legislative election here in Japan, although I don't think the purported leaders have the resolve or the ability to reduce the impact of the legions of managers.

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