Interactive Project Using Microsoft Hr 310 Park

Interactive Project Using Microsoft Hr 310 Park

Interactive Project Using Microsoft Hr 310 Park

Introduction

In this third stage, please consider your strengths and weaknesses in your personality. Knowing your own strengths and weaknesses gives you a better understanding of yourself and how you function – as a leader, follower, and team member. Consider what makes you unique. Keep in mind that strengths are not always talents. You may have a natural talent for writing or playing basketball, but what makes you unique is that you display a willingness to continually grow, or display grit and resiliency in the face of adversity. These traits generally can be acquired.

Other examples could include moral strengths such as integrity, honesty or empathy. Being able to identify both your strengths and weaknesses is a valuable tool – especially when it comes to leadership. Successful leaders develop their strengths and manage their weaknesses. You might consider completing a self-assessment to identify your strengths or ask others that know you well (assessment by others). Consider who you are and who you want to become, what is important to you and what you want your legacy to be, and what you are most passionate about.

Unit Learning Outcomes

  • Evaluate the role of developing skills to be an effective leader (CLO 2).
  • Recognize how to apply conceptual skills when facing challenges (CLO 5).
  • Identify how to utilize your strengths and the strengths of others to build a more effective team (CLO 4 and CLO 6).

Directions

  1. Begin writing out your strengths and weaknesses in your personality.

Due Date

  • Submit by 11:59 p.m., Sunday, CT.

Individual Profile Project

  • Requirements
  • Requirements

    Each student will research and have at least four quality sources/references for this project. Sources are defined as major periodicals or major books from well-known authors. In-class materials, textbooks, and Internet sources may be used in the paper, but they do not qualify as one of the four required outside sources. All sources must be documented as required by the APA handbook for proper formatting. In addition to the four sources, the paper must include at least one objective personality profile or personality assessment like the Meyers/Briggs, DiSC, Hershey/Blanchard model, etc.Click on the icon at the top right corner to show interactive elements within the image.

  • Expectations
  • Expectations

    To prepare for the core assessment project, create a running document to keep track of notes and sources throughout the course by using headings for each required section to be completed throughout the course:

    1. General Opening/Introductions
    2. Findings from Personality Assessments
    3. Analysis of Strengths and Weaknesses (according to the results of the assessments linked to a relevant theory)
    4. Goals (short-term and long-term)
    5. How to Utilize this Information to be Better Prepared for Your Future
    6. Conclusion/Review of Personal Growth and Lessons Learned

    Resources

    • Use one of the following resources below and the templates they provide to create your individual leadership profile project.
  • Stages

Stages

Core Assessment Stages

Stage 1

  • In this first stage, review the definitions from the textbook and begin searching for a definition of leadership, followership, and teams to use that you find meaningful, descriptive, and encompassing of your beliefs. [Due Unit 2]

Stage 2

  • Submit the definitions for leadership, followership, and teams. [Due Unit 2]
  • Begin considering and writing out your strengths and weaknesses in individual personality. [Due Unit 3]

Stage 3

  • Submit an analysis of your individual strengths and weaknesses. [Due Unit 3]
  • Begin considering your personal mission and goals (short-term and long-term). [Due Unit 4]

Stage 4

  • Submit your personal mission and goals (short-term and long-term). [Due Unit 4]
  • Begin reviewing teams and research at least 4 quality/credible sources on the topics of leadership, followership, and teams that you may use in the final paper. Sources will be identified in an APA format reference list. [Due Unit 5]

Stage 5

  • Submit sources (APA format references). [Due Unit 5]
  • Students will begin gathering and analyzing assessment results to use for the final submission. [Due Unit 6]

Stage 6

  • Submit the assessments you have chosen to use in final paper to represent individual profile (2-3 assessment findings with analysis). [Due Unit 6]
  • Students will work on their personal creative and interactive project using Microsoft Sway or WordPress. [Due Unit 8]

Stage 7

  • Review, revise, and finalize project. [Due Unit 8]

Stage 8

  • Submit final project. [Due Unit 8]