Your Signature Assignment is a 8 page paper with citations and the list of References at the end in APA format. Make sure that your paper demonstrates that you understand and are capable of demonstrating your mastery of all of the course SLOs.

Think of your paper from a Scholar-Practitioner point of view—as a kind of a how-to guide based on scholarly research that you would give to someone who wants to learn about leadership.

Given what you have learned as a Scholar about leadership during your studying and researching the eight module reading/video assignments and your participation in the Module Discussion Threads, your task as a Practitioner is to write a practical and very readable, single-spaced, “how-to” paper that would advise anyone in any organization how to become a successful leader

Topics covered in 8 weeks are

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

At the end of the Program, students will be able to:

1. Demonstrate familiarity with, and comprehension of the theoretical constructs and perspectives that a consensus of current scholarship holds to be important to the best practices in leadership, management, and the various disciplinary skills (theoretical literacy). 2. Demonstrate independent investigation of business literature, business situations, and potential solutions to business issues (investigative competence, information literacy). 3. Apply theory to the practice of leadership, management, and the various business disciplines (theoretical application). 4. Integrate various aspects of course content into an encompassing, congruent, and effective approach to leadership, management, and disciplinary skills (integrative analytical ability). 5. Analyze potential organizational actions with an understanding of their ethical and value-oriented implications, reflecting the values of the Touro College/University system (ethical integrity). 6. Recognize how cross-cultural competencies should be applied in an organizational setting (cross-cultural competence). 7. Able to discuss managerial role in the strategic planning processes and demonstrates the ability to create appropriate strategies for organizations in specific environments8. Demonstrate the ability to use accounting and financial tools to inform managerial/business decisions 

Class Schedule

Mod. TitleDateStudent Learning OutcomesActivitiesHomeworkModule 1 – Module 1: Overview of Leadership Concepts SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.  Module 2 – Module 2: The Trait Approach to Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO2: Evaluate the basic principles underlying trait leadership.  Module 3 – Module 3: Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO3: Contrast transactional and transformational approaches to leadership.  Module 4 – Module 4: Situational Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management   SLO4: Evaluate the basic principles underlying situational leadership.   SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO2: Evaluate the basic principles underlying trait leadership.   SLO3: Contrast transactional and transformational approaches to leadership.  Module 5 – Module 5: Servant Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO5: Appraise Servant Leadership  Module 6 – Module 6: 360 Degree Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO6: Evaluate 360 Degree Leadership.  Module 7 – Module 7: Strengths Based Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO7: Appraise the value of the Strength-Based Assessment of Leadership in the workplace  Module 8 – Module 8: Bennis and Drucker on Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO2: Evaluate the basic principles underlying trait leadership.   SLO3: Contrast transactional and transformational approaches to leadership.   SLO4: Evaluate the basic principles underlying situational leadership.   SLO5: Appraise Servant Leadership.   SLO6: Evaluate 360 Degree Leadership.   SLO7: Appraise the value of the Strength-Based Assessment of Leadership in the workplace.   SLO8: Assess the basic attributes of current leadership approaches of Bennis and Drucker.

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Your Signature Assignment is a 8 page paper with citations and the list of References at the end in APA format. Make sure that your paper demonstrates that you understand and are capable of demonstrating your mastery of all of the course SLOs.

Think of your paper from a Scholar-Practitioner point of view—as a kind of a how-to guide based on scholarly research that you would give to someone who wants to learn about leadership.

Given what you have learned as a Scholar about leadership during your studying and researching the eight module reading/video assignments and your participation in the Module Discussion Threads, your task as a Practitioner is to write a practical and very readable, single-spaced, “how-to” paper that would advise anyone in any organization how to become a successful leader

Topics covered in 8 weeks are

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

At the end of the Program, students will be able to:

1. Demonstrate familiarity with, and comprehension of the theoretical constructs and perspectives that a consensus of current scholarship holds to be important to the best practices in leadership, management, and the various disciplinary skills (theoretical literacy). 2. Demonstrate independent investigation of business literature, business situations, and potential solutions to business issues (investigative competence, information literacy). 3. Apply theory to the practice of leadership, management, and the various business disciplines (theoretical application). 4. Integrate various aspects of course content into an encompassing, congruent, and effective approach to leadership, management, and disciplinary skills (integrative analytical ability). 5. Analyze potential organizational actions with an understanding of their ethical and value-oriented implications, reflecting the values of the Touro College/University system (ethical integrity). 6. Recognize how cross-cultural competencies should be applied in an organizational setting (cross-cultural competence). 7. Able to discuss managerial role in the strategic planning processes and demonstrates the ability to create appropriate strategies for organizations in specific environments8. Demonstrate the ability to use accounting and financial tools to inform managerial/business decisions 

Class Schedule

Mod. TitleDateStudent Learning OutcomesActivitiesHomeworkModule 1 – Module 1: Overview of Leadership Concepts SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.  Module 2 – Module 2: The Trait Approach to Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO2: Evaluate the basic principles underlying trait leadership.  Module 3 – Module 3: Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO3: Contrast transactional and transformational approaches to leadership.  Module 4 – Module 4: Situational Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management   SLO4: Evaluate the basic principles underlying situational leadership.   SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO2: Evaluate the basic principles underlying trait leadership.   SLO3: Contrast transactional and transformational approaches to leadership.  Module 5 – Module 5: Servant Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO5: Appraise Servant Leadership  Module 6 – Module 6: 360 Degree Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO6: Evaluate 360 Degree Leadership.  Module 7 – Module 7: Strengths Based Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO7: Appraise the value of the Strength-Based Assessment of Leadership in the workplace  Module 8 – Module 8: Bennis and Drucker on Leadership SLO1: Integrate and apply knowledge in practical ways to help organizations improve leadership and management.   SLO2: Evaluate the basic principles underlying trait leadership.   SLO3: Contrast transactional and transformational approaches to leadership.   SLO4: Evaluate the basic principles underlying situational leadership.   SLO5: Appraise Servant Leadership.   SLO6: Evaluate 360 Degree Leadership.   SLO7: Appraise the value of the Strength-Based Assessment of Leadership in the workplace.   SLO8: Assess the basic attributes of current leadership approaches of Bennis and Drucker.

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