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05-14-2012, 12:22 PM
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I think that disregarding the formality (ie. Who wears the C) underestimates group dynamics a little bit. Whoever wears the C, whatever the reason for such an assignment, is expected to take the leadership role. If he is good in his role, he can coexist with other leaders in the room, perhaps even relying on them and factually assigning the leadership duties to them. But the others cannot effectively take leadership role without the support of the formal captain.

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