Student Full Name
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REPORT TITLE (Leadership Activity)
Provide a summary of key principles from the leadership course or formal training and mention the instructor. Summary should be no longer than one paragraph; you are permitted to use bullet points.
Definition of Leadership
Briefly explain the definition of leadership as it was characterized in your leadership class or formal training. This is where you could discuss the difference between leadership and a management (make sure your leadership activity is not just project management) Also, provide some personal commentary on your own strengths and weaknesses as a leader.
Description of Leadership Activity
Briefly describe the organization and the timeframe in which you experienced the leadership activity. Be specific in illustrating: 1) who you led, and 2) what your established goal was.
Leadership Skills in Practice
This is the bulk of your report. Provide specific examples of how you used the leadership
principles you learned through a class or formal training (summarized in the first section of this report) in the execution of your leadership activity.
Briefly summarize the results of using your leadership skills in the leadership activity that you described. Some questions you might answer: Where you successful and how do you know?
What could you have done differently to lead more effectively? How will you use these leadership skills in the future?
Must be correct and complete if used (not required, but donâ€t plagiarize!)
Hopp, W., & Spearman, M. (2000). Factory physics. Boston: McGraw-Hill/Irwin
Whitman, L., Liles, D., Huff, B., & Rogers, K. J. (2001). A manufacturing reference model for the enterprise engineer. The Journal of Engineering Valuation and Cost Analysis: Special Issue on Enterprise Engineering, 4(1), 15-36.
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