PO 1001 Personal Leadership D

1) In your own words, define leadership, including what it means to lead others and to lead yourself. Include at least one example of successful leadership of others that you have observed, either in your own life, within your local community, or throughout the world. Describe what self-leadership looks like in your daily life. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

2) Explain how your self-leadership is a reflection of your individuality and how your behaviors have been influenced by society, your environment, and your experiences. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

3) Analyze how well you manage your performance on activities, including how you track progress and prioritize your time. Provide specific examples and information or scores from the self-assessment activities to support your response. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

4) Analyze your current use of positive and negative cueing strategies in your own self-leadership. Provide specific examples to support your response, including an assessment of how effective you are in this area. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

5) Explain how you will apply self-leadership to your academic studies, including specific examples such as the Technology Backup Plan Worksheet and the Time Management Worksheet in your response. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

6) Analyze your current goal-setting behaviors, including how often you set goals, whether they are goals you are able to achieve, and how successful you generally feel in meeting your goals. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

7) Analyze your use of self-rewards, self-punishment, and other feedback, including specific strategies you use to influence your own behavior. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

8) Classify your level of readiness in the area of personal leadership. As support for your classification, include your Total Score on the Self-Leadership Questionnaire, as well as any areas identified in your completion of the other activities that could provide some insight into aspects of your personal leadership you may want to continue to improve upon. Your response should be at least 150–225 words (2–3 paragraphs) in length, including graphs. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

9) Explain what a SMART goal is and how goal setting is a key component of your development as a leader (of self and others). Your response should be at least 75–150 words (1–2 paragraphs) in length. Be sure to reference at least one scholarly source to support your answer.

10) For this question, consider your academic goals, including (but not limited to) such topics as how you plan to manage your time to fit in your studies; how you will build your skills, as needed; how you will utilize the support centers and departments that Walden offers to complete your program requirements; and how you will plan for emergencies or technology breakdowns. After considering these topics, address the following:

a. Identify three to five things that you want to work on related to your academic success. (75 words, or 1 paragraph)

b. Describe the steps you will take to address each of these ideas. (225–375 words, or 3–5 paragraphs)

c. Explain how you will accomplish these steps (i.e., what is your plan?). (225–375 words, or 3–5 paragraphs)

d. Identify who can help or support you with these steps. (75 words, or 1 paragraph)

e. Determine by when you will accomplish these steps (i.e., when is each due?). (75 words, or 1 paragraph)

Based on your responses in items a–e, compose one SMART goal for each of the things you identified that you want to work on related to your academic success. (1 sentence for each SMART goal)

11) For this question, consider your personal and professional goals, including (but not limited to) such topics as self-enrichment (health, relationships, etc.), family life, social awareness/social change, finances, personal achievements, professional/career goals, leadership, etc. After considering these topics, address the following:

a. Identify three to five things that you want to work on related to your personal and professional success. (75 words, or 1 paragraph)

b. Describe the steps you will take to address each of these ideas. (225–375 words, or 3–5 paragraphs)

c. Explain how you will accomplish these steps (i.e., what is your plan?). (225–375 words, or 3–5 paragraphs)

d. Identify who can help or support you with these steps. (75 words, or 1 paragraph)

e. Determine by when you will accomplish these steps (i.e., when is each due?). (75 words, or 1 paragraph)

f. Based on your responses in items a–e, compose one SMART goal for each of the things you identified that you want to work on related to your personal and professional success. (1 sentence for each SMART goal)

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