Resources: the art and science of leadership, ch. 4 & ch. 6 and

Resources: the art and science of leadership, ch. 4 & ch. 6 and

Resources: the art and science of leadership, ch. 4 & ch. 6 and

Resources:  The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 4 & Ch. 6 and Leadership Newsletter Template.

Resources:  The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 4 & Ch. 6 and Leadership Newsletter Template.

 Select someone in a leadership position at your organization or at a local company where you might seek employment. This individual could be a director, manager, supervisor, or CEO of the organization. Interview the individual you selected who has a leadership role.
Note: you are going to create an article that profiles this individual in the company’s newsletter. Company newsletters are to and for the employees of the company. Remember your audience as you write.
After gathering the information, use a newsletter template of your choice (simpler ones will be easier for you to use and me to grade), complete the following requirements by writing your information in the newsletter template. MS Word has a number of very good templates.
Part of the purpose of this assignment is to learn how to communicate in an organization in modern formats — in this case a newsletter. Also, it is to help you learn how to interview and communicate with higher level management.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word profile of the individual that you interviewed for your company’s newsletter, and include the following:

  • Identify      the individual and their position within the company, and briefly describe      the organization. Remember, everyone reading this newsletter works for the      company.
  • Interpret      the individual’s leadership style based on the Five-Factor personality      model, and offer one or more examples of the management and leadership      roles of this individual.
  • Explain      one incident where this individual had to solve a difficult problem or      situation because things did not go as planned.
  • Describe      the lessons that she/he learned from being able to problem solve, even      when what she/he had been taught did not work.

     

Format your profile in the form of a newsletter (the final format may vary depending upon the company’s style; please feel free to check Microsoft® Word or the Internet for newsletter templates as noted above). ​ No title page. References, APA formatted, on a separate page. Note: most newsletters use references at the end of the article, in this case put them on a separate page after the article.​
Note: At this class level, there is no APA format guidelines for the newsletter itself. APA only applies to the references and citations. For the newsletter itself, follow the template that you choose.
Submit this in an MS Word format only. Do not submit a PDF

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Resources: the art and science of leadership, ch. 4 & ch. 6 and

Resources:  The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 4 & Ch. 6 and Leadership Newsletter Template.

Resources:  The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 4 & Ch. 6 and Leadership Newsletter Template.

 Select someone in a leadership position at your organization or at a local company where you might seek employment. This individual could be a director, manager, supervisor, or CEO of the organization. Interview the individual you selected who has a leadership role.
Note: you are going to create an article that profiles this individual in the company’s newsletter. Company newsletters are to and for the employees of the company. Remember your audience as you write.
After gathering the information, use a newsletter template of your choice (simpler ones will be easier for you to use and me to grade), complete the following requirements by writing your information in the newsletter template. MS Word has a number of very good templates.
Part of the purpose of this assignment is to learn how to communicate in an organization in modern formats — in this case a newsletter. Also, it is to help you learn how to interview and communicate with higher level management.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word profile of the individual that you interviewed for your company’s newsletter, and include the following:

  • Identify      the individual and their position within the company, and briefly describe      the organization. Remember, everyone reading this newsletter works for the      company.
  • Interpret      the individual’s leadership style based on the Five-Factor personality      model, and offer one or more examples of the management and leadership      roles of this individual.
  • Explain      one incident where this individual had to solve a difficult problem or      situation because things did not go as planned.
  • Describe      the lessons that she/he learned from being able to problem solve, even      when what she/he had been taught did not work.

     

Format your profile in the form of a newsletter (the final format may vary depending upon the company’s style; please feel free to check Microsoft® Word or the Internet for newsletter templates as noted above). ​ No title page. References, APA formatted, on a separate page. Note: most newsletters use references at the end of the article, in this case put them on a separate page after the article.​
Note: At this class level, there is no APA format guidelines for the newsletter itself. APA only applies to the references and citations. For the newsletter itself, follow the template that you choose.
Submit this in an MS Word format only. Do not submit a PDF

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