The Michigan Studies were a series of leadership studies that started in 1950s at the University of Michigan. These studies had the objective of establishing the behavior of a leader that improves productivity. In The Michigan Studies, the behaviors of interest to achieve that objective were task-oriented behavior and relationship-oriented behavior.
Monasteries were religous communities, they served as a place of comfort and community. A monasterie was sort of like a safe haven at the time because church and religion were major factors and everybody, especially knights, valued religon.
God fearers are asking known as God worshippers, they are regarded as gentiles sympathizers to the Hellenistic Judaism in the Greco Roman society, they agreed and also observed some Jewish religious rite and traditions but they are not full Judaism converts . This is similar to the Hebrew Bible convert.