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Assessment 1 Part B: Reflecting on Your Leadership Journey


Your Task:
Your task in Assessment 1 Part B is to reflect on you own leadership journey up until now, your current role or position, how you influence others, how you lead, contribute to or react to organisational and cultural changes and your current level of self-awareness and self-confidence to lead others in your organisation and/or community.Assessment 2, which is due at the end of WEEK 11, builds on the first and asks you to prepare a plan for the next stage of your leadership journey. The assessments are integrated pieces of work and you should bear in mind the final part as you work on this part. All assessments need to be strongly based on the established theories and models of leadership to help you interpret and explain your leadership challenges.Working with Your Partner [this is 20% (Criterion 2) of your overall assessment]:You need to be proactive to connect with other students in your on-line/ face-to face class, once you post your personal introduction on the “Welcome and
Introductions” Discussion Forum. On-line students can select a partner from class mates who have posted introductions, or choose a trusted colleague from your work, student or personal networks. On-line students need to take responsibility for selecting and interacting with a partner. Face-to-face students will be guided by your facilitator, taking into account diversity of backgrounds to enrich your learning experience. More detailed guidelines for working with your partner are provided at
the end of this section.
• Key points from the feedback you receive from your partner and others, combined with your reflection and interpretation of this feedback in the context of your leadership journey, needs to be included in your report.
• You may wish to also include key points of the feedback that you gave your partner and reflect on it. Feedback often says as much about the person who gives as the person who receives it.• The feedback summaries/ transcripts can be included as appendices, where they will not be included in the word count.While the assessment includes feedback from the interaction with your partner, each person is to submit his or her own, individual report.More detailed guidelines for working with your partner are shown at the end of this brief.

A possible structure for your report is shown below. This is a suggestion only and is not mandatory. Other structures would be appropriate, provided that they enable you to demonstrate your learning according to the rubric shown in the brief for the first assessment.
1. A clear logic flow, using a “Contents” page and section headings, will help your readers to follow your thinking.

2. The use of an “Executive Summary” will tell your reader the key points of your report, including recommendations for action.

3. An “Introduction” to set the context

4. The body of your report should address the following issues. The percentages in brackets indicate a suggested proportional length of each section. Give appropriate sub-headings to each Part of this ‘body’.

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