This essay focuses on a detail and thorough assessment. You are free to select any qualities you believe require development in order to foster your competence as a leader.
Leadership Development Paper The purpose of this assignment is to perform a detail and thorough assessment of two areas in which you believe your leadership ability needs to improve. You are free to select any qualities you believe require development in order to foster your competence as a leader.
Conflict management, humility, assertiveness, political acumen, negotiation, strategic thinking. Motivating others, patience, tolerance, stimulating innovation, promoting change, planning, problem solving. Providing feedback, empowering others, networking, or thorough assessment anything else you consider. A deficit in your skill set or make-up as a leader. You will then develop a realistic, actionable plan to improve in both of these areas.
Your paper will comprise five sections. The first section is a brief introduction. The second section is a thorough review of the academic literature relate to the first competency or quality you’ve select. Your objective in this thorough assessment section is to present a relatively comprehensive overview. What research and scholarship have to say about the nature. Antecedents and outcomes associated with the quality you’ve select. In short, provide an overview of the topic. Cite only academic articles.
Whereas a manager seeks to inspire their team to meet goals while following company rules. A leader may be more thorough assessment concerned with setting and achieving lofty goal. Even at the expense of existing corporate structures. When a worker has a radical new idea for how to tackle an issue. A leader is likely to encourage that person to pursue the idea.
Managers may be more likely to preserve existing structures because they themselves operate within that structure. They may have bosses above them, so they have less freedom to break rules in the pursuit of lofty goals. Leaders, on the other hand, often operate fairly independently. That allows them to tolerate a greater amount of chaos. So long as they believe it will be worth it in the end.
Chaos and high-pressure work environments can create interpersonal issues. When such issues arise, a manager is more likely to see it as their duty to smooth over problems between employees. Leaders can sometimes be so singularly focused on achieving lofty goals. They let interpersonal issues and employee welfare fall to the wayside.