Write a 4-6 page paper. You will take on the fictional role of a new CEO/leader for the below organizations. You are the new department manager for a utility company, replacing a longtime manager who failed to address internal theft and accounting indiscretions that have become public knowledge and cause for legal action against some ex-employees. to successfully lead this department after the crisis, you must adopt effective communication and leadership strategies. Use this assignment to convey what these strategies are, and how they will be implemented. Specifically address the following questions in the paper: As a new leader you must communicate with the key stakeholder groups. Identify the key stakeholder groups and their probable concerns, given the current situation. Describe how you will approach the communication (s) in terms of content, tone, and channels. Include an assessment of how your DiSC style may impact the effectiveness of your approach(es). You are under pressure from those that hired you to demonstrate a plan to get the firm back into good standing with key stakeholders, including the public, investors, and others, as appropriate. The presentation audience should be a specific group, likely the people who hired you. For example the group might be the Board of Directors, Executive Team, owners, or key investors, depending on the situation selected. You decide to connect with the audience by delivering an eight-minute persuasive presentation. Outline the key points you plan to make and why, including the purposes of your presentation. Explain in writing your top design and delivery strategies and tactics, highlighting their expected effects on the audience. be creative! Finally, you have a deeply ingrained sense of integrity. You intend for the firm to operate with the same depth of values when facing ethical decisions and dilemmas. Describe three key areas you would focus on to influence the values of the firm, and explain the actions you would take to apply those values. References: Munter, Mary (2012), Guide to Managerial Communication (10th edition, Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall Welch, Jack (2005), Winning. New Your: Harper Collins. Seglin, J.L. (2006) the right thing: Conscience, Profit and Personal Responsibility in today's Business. London: Spiro Press. Appleman, J.E (2008), 10 Steps to Successful Business Writing (10 Steps). ASTD Press. Heffeman, M. (2011) Willful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious at our Peril. New York: Walker Publishing Company.