Complete the following self-assessments from Chapter 8 Transformational Leadership in your Leadership textbook:
(done and in attachments)
In a well-written document, discuss your initial thoughts regarding your raw results from self-assessments specific to Portfolio Project Option #1 (see below, do not do what is listed, just for understanding purposes)
Make sure that the first set of
assessments for your submission synthesizes the results and describes
their applicability to you as:
. – a leader within an
organization leading a team with Transformational Leadership style,
– give a brief
background of your chosen organization with regard to operation management
initiatives of the organization.
OPTION #1: STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP
You will assume the leadership style and leadership roles of a hypothetical organization leading a team for purposes of this assignment.
Next, you will reflect on what you learned from each of the self-assessments (survey 8) and (survey 9), (Northouse, 2019), and describe what you learned from them or from other course insights that could be leveraged to address leadership styles and leadership roles in organizations.
Be sure to assume the perspectives of a leader in this scenario.
Your paper should be arranged into the following titled sections:
– Overview of Transformational Leadership style
– Overview of Authentic Leadership style
– Applicability of self-assessment if leading a team in an international setting
– Summarize the key similarities and differences of your self-assessment and your classmate’s self-assessment.
– appendix for Chapter 8 Self-Assessment: Raw Results (survey 8)
– Appendix for Chapter 9 Self-Assessment: Raw Results (survey 9)
(end of explanation)
CT Submittal Requirements:
Prepare a 1 page paper (minimum 500-1000 words.)
Offer your conclusions regarding how best to lead a team (i.e., your informed opinion on the issues raised).
The paper must demonstrate what you have learned about current issues related to experiences of strategic leadership management. Your paper is expected to have depth and offer a thoughtful analysis on the topic. The paper should be based on references to scholarly materials (rather than on introductory textbooks, popular website writings, or musings, for example) and should support your claims with evidence.
The most common mistakes in writing an essay are (a) simply summarizing the topic and not analyzing it or discussing your views and (b) failing to relate the subject to the broader context of leadership, as discussed in class and as found in the readings. Adequately including the broader contexts includes, for example, considering how your research might yield a different approach to strategic leadership management.