Leadership maps are a valuable reflective tool for emerging leaders. They help leaders develop self-awareness and a growth mindset while revealing areas of opportunity for improvement. In this assignment, you will review the results of the self-assessments you’ve completed throughout the course as well as reflect on your perceptions and biases. Then, you will create a leadership map using a presentation tool of your choice. Your leadership map will also help you complete Project Two, due in Module Eight.
Use a visual presentation tool of your choice to create a map of the traits, skills, and strengths and weaknesses you have identified about yourself as a leader. You are encouraged to use the results from course resource assessments, such as the Big Five assessment, to guide your reflections.
Use the example below to see what a leadership map might look like.
A text-only version is available: Leadership Map Example Text-Only Version Word Document.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Submit your visual map as a PDF file. You may use the tool of your choice to design your leadership map. Example tools to consider using include the following:
|Criteria||Proficient (100%)||Needs Improvement (75%)||Not Evident (0%)||Value|
|Personality Traits||Lists key leadership personality traits based on self-reflections and relevant assessment results from course resources||Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include identifying more than one personality traits from the assessment||Does not attempt criterion||25|
|Communication Skills||Identifies strengths and weaknesses in one’s communication skills||Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include identifying both strengths and weaknesses in one’s communication skills||Does not attempt criterion||25|
|Leadership Style||Identifies leadership styles or approaches that one relates to most closely||Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include listing more than one leadership style or approach to identify with||Does not attempt criterion||25|
|Career Goals and Development||Identifies professional goals and opportunities for career and leadership development||Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include identifying both career goals and development opportunities||Does not attempt criterion||25|
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