Write a 3–4 page letter in which you analyze your leadership skills and how you would use them to lead a project requiring group collaboration.
Assessments 1 and 2 are scenario-based, so you must complete them in the order in which they are presented.
Leadership is an integral element in any job, regardless of the work title. However, it is important to recognize that leadership is not just one single skill; instead, success in leadership depends on a broad range of skills, among them decision making, collaboration, and communication.
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
Read the Assessment 1 Scenario found in the Resources. Information in your assessment should be based on information from the scenario.
Develop a professional response to the supervisor using the template provided. The letter will have two main components:
Please refer to the scoring guide for details on how you your assessment will be evaluated.
1- Describe leadership qualities desirable for the proposed project.
Passing Grade: Describes in detail desirable leadership qualities that are specifically appropriate for the proposed project.
2- Compare one’s own leadership skills against those of a chosen health care leader.
Passing Grade: Compares one’s own leadership skills against those of a chosen health care leader, using specific examples or actions that illustrate the similarities and differences.
3- Explain one’s role as project leader, using approaches from a selected leadership model.
Passing Grade: Explains one’s role as project leader in detail, referencing approaches from a selected leadership model with support from academic resources.
4- Describe an approach to effectively facilitate collaboration among a professional team.
Passing Grade: Describes multiple approaches to effectively facilitate collaboration among a professional team.
5- Address assignment purpose in a well-organized text, incorporating appropriate evidence and tone in grammatically sound sentences.
Passing Grade: Presents a focused purpose through strong organizational skills. Presents evidence through strong paraphrasing/summarizing and appropriate tone and sentence structure.