Reconvene the class. The instructor will draw on the board one column for each of the five groups and list the selected person and his or her characteristics in each column. For each person selected by the groups, decide whether the person’s traits or attributions would lead to good or bad leader effectiveness for the group’s type of leader. Why or why not? What would the results of the opposite or alternative strategies in those contexts be, and why? What similarities do you see between the lists? From the results of this exercise, does it appear that what it takes to be a good leader is different depending on the context? For each context, does it appear that what makes for leader emergence within the context is different from what makes leaders effective?