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Assessing the Link Between Leadership Behaviour and Organisational Culture

Task Instructions

Using an organisation that you are familiar with (one where you work, have worked or have access to), critically assess the link between leadership behaviour (e.g. transformational, ethical, emotional, situational) and organisational culture, and assess how this impacts on the achievement of organisational goals.

If you have no experience to draw from you may use an organisation in the public domain that you would be able to research and use as a case study. However, you cannot choose an organisation from the following list:

A very brief description of the organisation and the challenges it faces in the current business environment.

An evaluation of the core characteristics and competencies you identify, noting any gaps and the potential impact.

An assessment of the prevailing culture within the organisation, highlighting the impact on the leaders and followers.

An analysis of the leadership behaviours and discussion of their suitability with reference to the organisations mission, vision, and strategic plan.

Recommendations for consideration by the organisation’s leaders.

1. Academic Knowledge 
2. Argument and Analysis with Counter Evidence
3. Appropriateness (relevance of the points made)

1. Depth of, Quality of and Use of Contemporary Research
2. Evidence of Research, Acknowledgement of Sources

1. Presentation, Structure, Written English, 

1. Evidence of a well-structured analysis clearly related to the question.
2. Evidence of wider reading, drawing upon appropriate material to support, illustrate and develop the analysis that is being put forward. 
3. Ability to reflect critically upon the issues raised by the question.
4. Quality and depth of analysis, evidence and examples presented.

1. All debate should be based upon evidence from reliable, credible, and authentic sources, both academic and contemporary. 
2. Concepts should be evaluated from a few perspectives, offering debate which captures key critical arguments. 
3. Debates should focus on and build upon key arguments, models, processes, or frameworks covered on the module as specific to the lecture and workshop materials.

Your essay must:

Be an individual piece of work in a report format

Headings and bullet points are allowed.

Use a table of contents.

Students must use the guided Blackboard lecture and teaching material.

Be an appropriate presentation/format/grammar/fully referenced and cited within the work.

Be written in UK English not US English. For example, behaviour (UK) not behavior (US).

2,400 words NB: +/- 10%.

Use academic theory and credible sources that supports your work.

Make sure you understand what is being asked and what issues or themes the question requires you to consider.

Plan with key points outlined before you begin to write the full answer.

Simple statements of opinion or prescriptive assertions are not adequate, use academic evidence.


1. Plan your report. 

2. Research your subject material.

3. Structure your report. 

Title of your Report; Student Id, No Name required

Table of Contents - (not included in the word count)

Introduction – set the scene for the reader – up to 250 words.

Main body – Use sub-headings – around 1,600 to 1800 words

Conclusion – summarise your findings – up to 500 words

List of References – (not included in the word count)

List of Appendices (not included in the wordcount)

4. Think about the size/length of your paragraphs (between 200 to 300 words per paragraph).

5. First line in every paragraph sets the scene for what is to follow. 

6. In each paragraph, you must:
a. Develop your academic argument and introduce academic counterarguments. 
b. Support your academic arguments with relevant academic evidence.

Link to reading list 

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