This is a paper that focuses on the leadership action on practical organizational and business experiences. The paper also describes the two parts for writing this assignment in detail.
Leadership action on practical organizational and business experiences
Prepare a 2000-word case study on leadership in action from your own practical organizational, business experience or from some personal experience of team leadership e.g. teacher, sporting club, parent etc. As a last resort you may interview a person from your networks, but a personal experience is preferred. It should consist of 3 parts.
•Part 1(approximately 200 words -maximum)
Brief outline of the chosen case selected. It should contain a brief summary of the leadership issues and context.
Part 2 (approximately 800 words x 2 = 1600 words)
Students to prepare two 800-word reports using two different leadership theories (to be chosen by the student) to analyse and problem solve the leadership issue described in part one. The objective is to show how the application of different leadership theories can have different outcomes. The two reports should outline and apply the chosen leadership theory, provide potential solutions to the leadership challenge and detail implications of the chosen approach.
USE THE FOLLOWING LEADERSHIP THEORIES
2. LMX (Leader-member exchange)
Part 3 (approximately 200 words)
The last section should compare and contrast the outcomes and implications of the two chosen leadership theories, detailing insights and learnings. Students will challenge and critique the two theories and review how the chosen leadership framework may affect an organisation’s results or effectiveness – drawing from course knowledge, assigned readings as well as a broad range of academic literature.
Ensure that the paper should be at least 2000 words long excluding the cover page and also the reference page. Additionally, ensure that you include all the references from the sources you use. Finally, cite your assignment from the references that you will use in the assignment.