1: Becoming the Leader You Want to Be
Drawing from the readings this week, your Discussion, and any additional research you would like to do, analyze what you have learned about leadership and the characteristics of a leader, and then apply these characteristics to yourself:
o What kind of leader do I want to become and why? (Do not hesitate to combine characteristics/skills/dispositions from a variety of leadership categories.)
oWhat are possible obstacles I may have to overcome?
oWhat is my plan for developing the skills, knowledge, and dispositions to becoming the leader I want to be?
Part 2: Leading Your Challenge and Ideal Community of Practice
What skills, dispositions, and knowledge does the person(s) who will lead my Ideal Community of Practice need in order to help ensure success?
What skills, dispositions, and knowledge does the person(s) who will lead my response efforts need in order to help ensure success?
Will it be the same person(s) for both tasks? Why/why not?
Part 3: Your Personal Vision of Leadership
Again, drawing from the readings this week, your Discussion, any additional research you would like to do, and your experience completing this assignment. What is your personal vision of leadership?
A paper that articulates your personal vision of leadership. Be sure to address all of the questions in Parts 1–3. Do not hesitate to include quotes that encapsulate your thinking, and make sure your paper includes at least three scholarly resources and appropriate APA citations.
Assignment length: Approximately 2–3 pages