Murder on the Grass: Leadership Stories from Rwanda,

We tend to use storytelling to articulate ethical norms, and the stories we tell define our leaderly and managerial style. In this seminar, parallel stories from the Rwandan genocide illustrate how differences in individual character, cultural background, and organizational opportunities and constraints can yield very different outcomes. Leigh Hafrey walks participants through contrasting stories, using the film Hotel Rwanda and three related articles or book excerpts.

Festival: 2006

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