Leadership Self Assessment Paper
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
5 May, 2012
This section should be half a page to one page in length. The background should briefly describe what you do for a living and how leadership impacts your job or life in general. You also may want to briefly discuss the predominant style of leadership you are currently exposed to in your job.
This section should be from two to three pages in length. Here you should discuss several leadership styles or theories covered in the text and lecture notes. Compare and contrast them and describe what one or ones would best fit your personality and help you to be a better manager in your current job. Link this to the information, data, scores you have learned from the self assessment exercises to describe your leadership style. You may want to tie in and discuss ...view middle of the document...
You may want to discuss any differences and similarities between the two assessments, what you can learn from them and how you can take what you learn and apply it to becoming a more effective leader.
This section should be from one to two pages in length. Here you should discuss how you will apply the knowledge you have gained from your study of leadership and you self assessment to build a “leadership plan” and how you will apply it to help you to succeed as a leader.
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