This particular leadership activity has enabled me to learn not only the theoretical concepts of educational leadership but also gave me a better insight on how one should make full use of the existing leadership style…
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The first part will focus on providing the readers with a clear description on how the leadership activity was conducted. Before describing the process on how the student went through the leadership activity, the student will first explain the activity’s main purpose, objectives, and success criteria.
The second part of the study will provide a brief description of the evaluation technique used in the project in terms of measuring the student’s ability to meet the main purpose and objectives of the leadership activity aside from how the project has affected the leadership skills of the entire staff members as an organization and as a person.
For the third part of the study, the student will reflect upon the leadership activity process and its outcome based on the theoretical frameworks and concepts that were tackled under the course E849 Leading and Managing for Effective Education. Eventually, the student will discuss her own preferred leadership strategy and style in terms of some issues related to the importance of teamwork as well as the organizational effectiveness and improvements. Using the student’s preferred leadership style, ways in which she could effectively influence the school organization regardless of the internal and external pressures will be thoroughly discussed.
The last part of this paper will critically assess the significance of the first three parts of this study towards the student’s own leadership and management thinking and practice aside from its impact on my colleagues’ perception on effective leadership and management style.
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