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Part 1

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Post 1–2 paragraphs in which you define leadership, including what it means to lead others and to lead yourself. To support your definition:

  • Identify three to five words or phrases you feel are traits or characteristics of a strong leader.
  • Include at least one example of successful leadership of others that you have observed, either in your own life, within your local community, or throughout the world.
  • Describe what self-leadership looks like in your daily life.

Part 2

Post 2–3 paragraphs in which you explain how your self-leadership behaviors have been influenced by society, your environment, and your experiences. To support your explanation:

  • Briefly explain how society, your environment, and your experiences have influenced your perspectives and behaviors in general, providing one or two specific examples.
  • Briefly explain how your self-leadership is a reflection of your individuality and behavioral choices. Be specific.

Part 3

Ethical Dilemmas: What Would You Do?

Ethics centers around a system of moral values and serves as the basis for how people live their lives and make decisions. The concept includes the idea of doing the right thing for the right reasons; however, these sets of values and guiding principles are not always clear cut and vary from person to person. Sometimes, a situation arises that presents an ethical dilemma, which involves having to choose one ethical value or principle over another. For this Discussion, you will review a series of short scenarios that present ethical dilemmas. You will choose one and consider the options for decision making and possible outcomes.

To prepare for this Discussion:

Post 2–3 paragraphs in which you examine the ethical dilemma you selected. To support your examination:

  • Briefly define the ethical situation from both sides of the issue.
  • Explain what the options are for responding to the ethical situation.
  • Identify which option you would select if you had to make the decision and give your reasoning for why you selected this option.
    • Could your decision or action negatively affect anyone involved?
    • Would you feel confident that your decision would stand the test of time? Why or why not?
  • Include a specific reference to at least one form of evidence to support your post. This could include one or more of additional source of your choosing. You are encouraged to paraphrase—rather than quote—any relevant ideas from your selected form of evidence, and be sure to include the source of the information.

Part 4

Post 2–3 paragraphs in which you illustrate personal leadership behaviors and practices within a team. Specifically:

  • Provide examples of behaviors and practices of an effective team leader.
  • Provide examples of behaviors of an effective follower within a team, including an explanation of the important balance between “me” and “we” in the team setting.
  • Relate the role of personal responsibility and personal leadership to being part of a team (whether as a leader or follower), including the idea of “me” versus “we.”
  • Include a specific reference to at least one form of evidence to support your post. This could include one or more of additional source of your choosing. You are encouraged to paraphrase—rather than quote—any relevant ideas from your selected form of evidence, and be sure to cite the source of the information.

Part 5

Post a 2- to 3-paragraph explanation of what is involved in leading a positive social change movement. In your explanation:

  • Briefly define positive social change, in your own words.
  • Describe your selected example of a movement that had a lasting impact on society.
    • Who led the movement?
    • What was it that caused or inspired the start of that movement?
    • What were the components of that movement, and how did those components support the movement’s impact over time?
  • Include a specific reference to at least one form of evidence to support your post. This could include one or more of an additional source of your choosing. You are encouraged to paraphrase—rather than quote—any relevant ideas from your selected form of evidence and be sure to cite the source of the information.

Part 6

Post a 2- to 3-paragraph explanation of how goal setting is a key component of your personal leadership development. In your explanation:

  • Describe why goal setting is important to your development as a leader (of self and others).
  • Identify one goal of yours, explain why it will contribute to your personal leadership development, and write it as a SMART goal (specific, measurable, attainable, reasonable, and time-bound).
  • Include a specific reference to at least one form of evidence to support your post. This could include one or more of an additional source of your choosing. As a reminder, you are encouraged to paraphrase—rather than quote—any relevant ideas from your selected form of evidence and be sure to include the source of the information.

Part 7

See attachment LDRS time management

Part 8

Submit a 200- to 300-word essay in which you identify what ethics looks like in the context of your personal leadership as a student. Specifically:

  • What is ethics, and why is it important for you to behave ethically?
  • How can you, as a student, conduct yourself ethically and in alignment with the University’s five guiding principles of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility?
  • For each of the five guiding principles, provide at least one specific example of an action you will take. To support your proposed action examples, include at least two references As a reminder, be sure to paraphrase, where possible, to demonstrate your understanding of the topic and provide the original sources of the information you reference in your essay.

Part 9

Submit a 250- to 500-word essay in which you explain the importance of emotional and social intelligence in developing leadership practices. In your explanation:

  • Define emotional intelligence and social intelligence.
  • Explain how being emotionally and socially intelligent is beneficial to an individual’s personal leadership. Provide specific examples to support your claims.
  • Describe three or four organizational leadership practices that are reflective of an emotionally and socially intelligent leader.
  • Explain one or two ways in which you want to improve your own level of emotional and social intelligence in your leadership of self and others.
  • Be sure to include at least two specific references to sources (forms of evidence) to support your essay. Be sure to paraphrase, where possible, to demonstrate your understanding of the topic, and cite the original sources of the information you reference in your essay.

Part 10

Complete your Journal entry by answering the following questions in a 10-minute timed writing exercise:

  • As a member of the student community, how can you use what you’ve learned about emotional and social intelligence and team building to communicate successfully with your colleagues, your Instructor, and other faculty and staff?
  • What have you learned that will change how you interact with others in your personal and professional life?

Part 11

Submit a 250- to 500-word essay illustrating how you can lead positive social change through social responsibility. You could write about something you have already accomplished in your life or brainstorm a new idea for some type of project or set of actions that will promote positive social change in your local community, your job, or throughout the world. Remember, no idea is too big or too small! In your essay, be sure to address the following:

  • What does it mean to be a socially responsible leader?
  • What is your idea for one way that you could lead (or have led) positive social change through the idea that “awareness plus experience equals transformation” (TEDxTalks, 2015)?
  • As a socially responsible leader, what are the risks or possible challenges you need to consider when engaging in this type of change effort, and how will you (or did you) overcome those challenges or risks to ensure that the outcomes of your efforts are successful?
  • Be sure to include at least two specific references to sources (forms of evidence) to support your essay. Be sure to paraphrase, where possible, to demonstrate your understanding of the topic, and cite the original sources of the information you reference in your essay.

Part 12

See attachment labeled LDRS action plan