Evaluate three strengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory.

Introduction:

For this task, The organization can be a business or a nonprofit, and you may represent any level of the organization (e.g., team, division, whole) in your analysis. Your description of the organization should convey personal experience, rather than information gained from secondhand sources or media coverage. For this task, you will first describe the chosen organization and will then perform a SWOT analysis on that organization. You will then analyze that organization’s leadership.

Requirements:

  1. Describe your chosen organization by doing the following:
  2. Describe the organization and its objective(s).
  3. Describe threeleadership practices of the primary leader of the organization.
  4. Discuss how the current leadership has affected organizational culture.

 

  1. Conduct a SWOT analysis evaluating the chosen organization by doing the following:

Note: In your evaluation, consider the effects that communication practices, technology, ethics, and globalization have on your organization.

 

  1. Evaluate twoof the organization’s strengths.
  2. Evaluate twoof the organization’s weaknesses.
  3. Evaluate twoof the organization’s opportunities.
  4. Evaluate twoof the organization’s threats.

 

  1. Conduct a leadership evaluation of the primary leader described in part A2 by doing the following:

 

Note: As part of your evaluation, you will need to use one scholarly leadership theory and three scholarly sources.

 

  1. Evaluate threestrengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory.
  2. Evaluate threeweaknesses of the primary leader’s leadership practices using the same scholarly leadership theory you used in part C1.
  3. Recommend threetheory-based practices to maximize the future success of the leader and the organization.
  4. Include at leastthree scholarly sources to support your analysis of the primary leader’s practices.

 

  1. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format.

 

Note: For definitions of terms commonly used in the rubric, see the Rubric Terms web link included in the Evaluation Procedures section.

Note: When using sources to support ideas and elements in an assessment, the submission MUST include APA formatted in-text citations with a corresponding reference list for any direct quotes or paraphrasing. It is not necessary to list sources that were consulted if they have not been quoted or paraphrased in the text of the assessment.

BIP Task 1 (0314)

Unsatisfactory/Not present Does Not Meet Standard Minimally Competent Competent Highly Competent Score/Level
Articulation of Response (clarity, organization, mechanics) The candidate provides unsatisfactory articulation of response. The candidate provides weak articulation of response. The candidate provides limited articulation of response. The candidate provides adequate articulation of response. The candidate provides substantial articulation of response.
A1. Description of the Organization The candidate does not provide a reasonable description of the organization and its objective(s). The candidate provides a reasonable description, with no detail, of the organization and its objective(s). The candidate provides a reasonable description, with limited detail, of the organization and its objective(s). The candidate provides a reasonable description, with adequate detail, of the organization and its objective(s). The candidate provides a reasonable description, with substantial detail, of the organization and its objective(s).
A2. Leadership Practices The candidate does not provide a reasonable description of 3 leadership practices of the primary leader of the organization. The candidate provides a reasonable description of 1–2 leadership practices of the primary leader of the organization. The candidate provides a reasonable description, with limited detail, of 3 leadership practices of the primary leader of the organization. The candidate provides a reasonable description, with adequate detail, of 3 leadership practices of the primary leader of the organization. The candidate provides a reasonable description, with substantial detail, of 3 leadership practices of the primary leader of the organization.
A3. Effects of Current Leadership The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of how the current leadership has affected organizational culture. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no support, of how the current leadership has affected organizational culture. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited support, of how the current leadership has affected organizational culture. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate support, of how the current leadership has affected organizational culture. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial support, of how the current leadership has affected organizational culture.
B1. Strengths The candidate does not provide a logical evaluation of any of the organization’s strengths. The candidate provides a logical evaluation of 1 of the organization’s strengths. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with limited support, of 2 of the organization’s strengths. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with adequate support, of 2 of the organization’s strengths. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with substantial support, of 2 of the organization’s strengths.
B2. Weaknesses The candidate does not provide a logical evaluation of any of the organization’s weaknesses. The candidate provides a logical evaluation of 1 of the organization’s weaknesses. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with limited support, of 2 of the organization’s weaknesses. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with adequate support, of 2 of the organization’s weaknesses. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with substantial support, of 2 of the organization’s weaknesses.
B3. Opportunities The candidate does not provide a logical evaluation of any of the organization’s opportunities. The candidate provides a logical evaluation of 1 of the organization’s opportunities. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with limited support, of 2 of the organization’s opportunities. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with adequate support, of 2 of the organization’s opportunities. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with substantial support, of 2 of the organization’s opportunities.
B4. Threats The candidate does not provide a logical evaluation of any of the organization’s threats. The candidate provides a logical evaluation of 1 of the organization’s threats. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with limited support, of 2 of the organization’s threats. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with adequate support, of 2 of the organization’s threats. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with substantial support, of 2 of the organization’s threats.
C1. Strengths of the Primary Leader The candidate does not provide a logical evaluation of any strengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory. The candidate provides a logical evaluation of 1–2 strengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with limited support, of 3 strengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with adequate support, of 3 strengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with substantial support, of 3 strengths of the primary leader’s leadership practices using a scholarly leadership theory.
C2. Weaknesses of the Primary Leader The candidate does not provide a logical evaluation of any weaknesses of the primary leader’s leadership practices using the same scholarly leadership theory used in part C1. The candidate provides a logical evaluation of 1–2 weaknesses of the primary leader’s leadership practices using the same scholarly leadership theory used in part C1. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with limited support, of 3 weaknesses of the primary leader’s leadership practices using the same scholarly leadership theory used in part C1. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with adequate support, of 3 weaknesses of the primary leader’s leadership practices using the same scholarly leadership theory used in part C1. The candidate provides a logical evaluation, with substantial support, of 3 weaknesses of the primary leader’s leadership practices using the same scholarly leadership theory used in part C1.
C3. Recommendation for the Primary Leader The candidate does not provide an appropriate recommendation of any theory-based practices to maximize the future success of the leader and the organization. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation of 1–2 theory-based practices to maximize the future success of the leader and the organization. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with limited detail, of 3 theory-based practices to maximize the future success of the leader and the organization. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with adequate detail, of 3 theory-based practices to maximize the future success of the leader and the organization. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with substantial detail, of 3 theory-based practices to maximize the future success of the leader and the organization.
C4. Scholarly Sources The candidate does not provide any scholarly sources to support the analysis of the primary leader’s practices. Not applicable. The candidate provides 1–2 scholarly sources to support the analysis of the primary leader’s practices. Not applicable. The candidate provides 3 or more scholarly sources to support the analysis of the primary leader’s practices.
D. Sources When the candidate uses sources, the candidate does not provide in-text citations and references. When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides only some in-text citations and references. When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate in-text citations and references with major deviations from APA style. When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate in-text citations and references with minor deviations from APA style. When the candidate uses sources, the candidate provides appropriate in-text citations and references with no readily detectable deviations from APA style.
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