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Leadership style: Democratic Leadership – The father Royce in the climb of the movie “Vertical Limit”

I- Introduce the movie
Vertical Limit is a 2000 American thriller action film directed by New Zealander Martin Campell (GoldenEye, Casino Royale, the of Zorro) starring, among others, Chris O’Donnell, Bill Paxton, Robin Tunney and Scott Glenn. The film was shot on several locations including Monument Valley, New Zealand and Pakistan 

Our group will analyze leadership style of the father in this video http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1265984
I will summarize the plot of the video. Climber and photographer Peter Garrett (Chris O'Donnell) caused his father Royce to plummet to his death in order to save his sister Annie's and his own life (following Royce's orders). The father in this dangerous situation, in the dead or alive border, he has become an excellent leader. He tried to decrease the worst consequence of the accident.

The main characters of this piece of movie:

Photographer Peter Garrett, an ex-mountain climber who retired from the sport after his father was killed in a climbing accident, finds himself in a challenging position when his sister and her entrepreneurial-minded partner Elliot become trapped in a in a vertical cave atop the perilous K2, the world's second highest mountain. Can Peter find the strength to overcome his emotional blockage to climbing, and if so, does he still have what it takes to scale the mighty mountain to save his sister and her summit crew?
Annie: After her father’s death, Annie has become one of the world's top climbers. The siblings haven't spoken since the accident but somehow end up in the same place – at the base of Earth's second-largest peak
Royce: Royce is Peter and Annie’s father who sacrificed his life to save his son and daughter. He also is a leader of the crew.
II- Analyze the image of father Royce

In this film, our group focus mainly on scenes from the first minutes to...

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