Reflective Paper Milestone #5: Outline with Revised Title Page & Reference List
- Refer to the materials that you compiled for Weeks 1 and 2 intended for completion of the final paper.
- Create an outline of your paper. You may choose to include annotations (adding information, explanations, sentences that you have composed to start each section, etc.)
- Submit revised title page, outline of paper, and reference list with annotations removed by Day 7 of Week 4.
As you prepare this written assignment for the course, please keep in mind that a successful final draft of any written assignment should be the product of brainstorming, outlining, and writing multiple drafts. Many of the assignments in this course are building blocks toward the final Leadership Theory paper, but it is important to keep in mind that you will need to continually revise your work using the feedback from your instructor as well as the Writing Center as you use these pieces to develop the final draft. University of the Rockies Writing Center is a great service for all students, offering 24/7 live chat support and a 24 hour feedback turnaround for papers and discussion posts. It is suggested that you submit a draft for the Writing Center for this paper, and required of you for the written assignments in Weeks 5 and 6. In addition, continue to leverage Grammarly and Turnitin as you build toward the final paper.
Leadership Theory Paper Milestone #6: Assessing Strengths and Limitations
Review the content requirements for the Leadership Theory Paper. Note that one of the key requirements is that you discuss the limitations and strengths of each leadership theory/approach you select. For this journal entry, take one of the theories you selected for your Leadership Theory Paper and discuss the theory’s limitations and strengths.
Then, bring in an example of when you have seen this theory in practice in real life – this could be at work, at home, or any other organization you have participated in. You could describe someone else’s actions or even your own. Highlight how the strengths and limitations of the theory are demonstrated from that example.