Leadership and Company Essay

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Cliffside Holding Company of Massapequa (CHCM) is a company that has been run for over 50 years. This company has compiled and thought of a bigger plan to help the company in its growth to help the company become more successful in the future years. An idea was proposed to start a leadership education course for the junior executives so that they may
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In addition, the last reason would be that the director of… Ms. Forsythe just has a personal agenda to negate any ideas or thoughts that are brought upon By the VP of Hr.
Which words or phrases are ambiguous?
Ambiguity means doubtful or uncertain especially from obscurity or indistinctness and or capable of being understood in two or more possible senses or ways. The VP definitely left me with doubt or uncertainty in my mind. He stated “Once we start sending some people for leadership training, we will start getting numerous requests for expensive training that we simply can't afford. Regardless, if we spend our money on leadership development, we will not have enough to spend on recruitment. “This appeared to be ambiguous because he stated that the company had a growth rate of 12.5 percent without the program. So I don’t understand why they would not continue to grow at that time. They would have more qualified executives to help the company to profit in the upper level executive management. Then he stated”There are plenty of people who are already leaders; we do not need to “train” those who are not. “ This shows me that the company could possibly use the program. I understand that they could at least try the program and it won’t hurt the company. Instead, Ms. Forsythe has a personal agenda to discredit me personally and push the theories of the Aspen Institute. As VP of Human Resources, I don't think those theories are appropriate for the culture of
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