The purpose of this assignment is to examine similarities and differences in characteristics of effectiveness for several familiar leadership roles. In a three- to four-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages)
• Identify the characteristics by which the effectiveness of the following leaders might be evaluated: an assistant coach, a teacher, and a minister. Prioritize and explain the rationale for these characteristics.
• Discuss the ethical issues or challenges associated with prioritization.
• Compare and contrast the extent to which there are unique or similar characteristics across the different roles, and the extent to which the criteria are measurable. For example, some of the characteristics you might identify for the role of assistant coach might include the leadership behind a team’s win-loss record, player perceptions, team morale, etc.
Your paper must be formatted according to APA style and it must include citations and references from the text and at least two scholarly sources
Distinguished – Comprehensively and accurately identifies, prioritizes, and explains leadership evaluation criteria
Distinguished – Comprehensively discusses the ethical issues associated with prioritization of leadership evaluation criteria. The discussion is supported with relevant examples from scholarly sources
Distinguished – Comprehensively compares and contrasts evaluation criteria across leadership roles. The comparison is supported with relevant examples from scholarly articles.
Distinguished – Clearly and comprehensively explains the issue to be considered, delivering all relevant information necessary for a full understanding.
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