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1 Philosophy: leadership is not the responsibility of one person; it is instead achieved through highly cohesive core groups/teams.

2 Body I: Motivation * shared values and motivations create cohesiveness which eliminates the need for a solitary leader Body II: Strategy * common objectives and shared values lead to highly cohesive teams * leadership is shared if group members trust and respect each other Body III: Decision-Making * accomplished through constantly rotated and well-lead core groups Body IV: Work * providing feedback to one another is essential for creating these cohesive teams

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4 Part I * there is individual and group discontent in many orchestras Part II * self-expression and the individuality of musicians is limited by one person’s vision and direction Shared values and motivations create cohesiveness which eliminates the need for a solitary leader.

5 Part I * shared values + shared goals = shared motivation Part II * group cohesion Shared values and motivations create cohesiveness which eliminates the need for a solitary leader.

6 Part I * “audience listening” Trust and respect among group members leads to highly cohesive teams.

7 Part I * common objectives Part II * shared values Trust and respect among group members leads to highly cohesive teams.

8 Part I * roles + accountability = trust Part II * behaviours + accountability = respect Trust and respect among group members leads to highly cohesive teams.

9 Part I * common objectives and shared values lead to highly cohesive teams Part II * leadership is shared if group members trust and respect each other Trust and respect among group members leads to highly cohesive teams.

10 Replace one leader with well-lead core groups, whose positions are constantly rotated. Part I * decisions are for all members to make Part II * accomplished through well-lead core groups which undergo constant rotation

11 Part I * typical leaders in an orchestra * Orpheus does not fill these roles Part II * to survive, all members need to be a leader Replace one leader with well-lead core groups, whose positions are constantly rotated.

12 Part I * “everyone is a leader, just not all at once” Part II * achieved through core groups Part III * structure/no hierarchy Part IV * make effective, collective decisions through consensus Replace one leader with well-lead core groups, whose positions are constantly rotated.

13 Part I * rotate according to expertise Part II * why use this approach? * develop everyone’s skills * keep all members involved Replace one leader with well-lead core groups, whose positions are constantly rotated.

14 Part I * everyone needs to step up and be a leader Part II * core groups/no hierarchy Part III * rotate positions to keep everyone involved Part III * how has this worked for Orpheus? Replace one leader with well-lead core groups, whose positions are constantly rotated.

15 Part I * “revolving door or employees” * never the same musicians * unique challenge for performers Part II * similarity to contingent workers in business world Part III * how many absent members before the sound desired changes? Providing feedback to one another is essential for creating cohesive teams.

16 Part I * giving feedback is essential Part II * substitute musicians must speak up to be successful Part III * feedback necessary to cohere performances Providing feedback to one another is essential for creating cohesive teams.

17 Part I * work from subtle cues Part II * organizational design theory * shared values and common objectives Providing feedback to one another is essential for creating cohesive teams.

18 Body I: Motivation * shared values and motivations create cohesiveness which eliminates the need for a solitary leader Body II: Performance * common objectives and shared values lead to highly cohesive teams * leadership is shared if group members trust and respect each other Body III: Decision-Making * constantly rotated and well-lead core groups Body IV: Work * providing feedback to one another is essential for creating cohesive teams Leadership is not the responsibility of one person; it is instead achieved through highly cohesive core groups/teams.

19 Philosophy: leadership is not the responsibility of one person; it is instead achieved through highly cohesive core groups/teams.


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