The Boy, the Girl, the Fairy Captain, and the Hermits Essay
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*LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
Pr. Dan Yates, Ph.D
Makhtar Sagna, MBA Candidate
T HE B OY , T HE G IRL , T HE F ERRY
C APTAIN , A ND THE H ERMITS
1. List in order the characters in this story that you like, from most to least. What values governed your choices?
2. Rate the characters on their level of moral development. Explain.
3. Evaluate each character's level of courage. Discuss.
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The Boy, the Girl, the Ferry Captain, and the Hermits
There was an island, and on this island there lived a girl. A short distance away there was another island, and on this island there lived a boy. The boy and…show more content… I have no choice but to have empathy for a young lady although in my opinion I certainly feel that she still had the opportunity to make the right choice at some point and that she is equally responsible for what happened to her. Her mind is profoundly filled with ambiguity when it comes down to ethics, loyalty, and doing the right thing.
He is very despicable and there is nothing to like about him. He is the embodiment of immorality, indecency and ethical disgust.
Indifference & lack of Transparency
Not really likeable either. He represents selfishness, coldness, and cowardice. He has no telling courage and not willing to help anyone.
Adaptability to a situation
He is the most likeable for being very nice to the girl and for doing everything that is in his power to help someone in need. He did it unselfishly and