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Read the Getting Started section and  Deuteronomy 10:12-13(new tab) .

1. Compose a 200-250 word reflection considering the following prompts:

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a. Why will it be important for you to “guard” or “keep” what you have been learning?

b. What strategies do you plan to employ to “keep” your learning fresh in your mind?

c. How does what you have learned apply to you as a leader? What steps can you take this week to implement what you have learned?

d. What other thoughts would you like to share what you have discovered?

Note: Your reflection does not need to answer each of the provided prompts. Rather, use those prompts to help stimulate your reflection. Your 200-250 word “journal” should simply be your personal and professional thinking that emerges from the reading and reflection.

Read the Getting Started section and

Deuteronomy 10:12

13

(new tab)

.

1.

Compose a 200

250 word reflection considering the following

prompts:

a.

Why will it be important for you to “guard” or “keep” what you

have been learning?

b.

What strategies do you plan to employ to “ke

ep” your learning

fresh in your mind?

c.

How does what you have learned apply to you as a leader? What

steps can you take this week to implement what you have

learned?

d.

What other thoughts would you like to share what you have

discovered?

Not

e

: Your reflection does not need to answer each of the provided prompts.

Rather, use those prompts to help stimulate your reflection. Your 200

250 word

“journal” should simply be your personal

and professional thinking that emerges

from the reading and reflection

.

Read the Getting Started section and Deuteronomy 10:12-13(new tab).

1. Compose a 200-250 word reflection considering the following

prompts:

a. Why will it be important for you to “guard” or “keep” what you

have been learning?

b. What strategies do you plan to employ to “keep” your learning

fresh in your mind?

c. How does what you have learned apply to you as a leader? What

steps can you take this week to implement what you have

learned?

d. What other thoughts would you like to share what you have

discovered?

Note: Your reflection does not need to answer each of the provided prompts.

Rather, use those prompts to help stimulate your reflection. Your 200-250 word

“journal” should simply be your personal and professional thinking that emerges

from the reading and reflection.

Reflecting on your findings from your Leader2Leader dialogue, write an initial post 300-400 words:  

a. State the position of the leader you talked to in your Leader2Leader dialogue.

b. What was the most surprising or unexpected thing you heard or learned from your leader?

c. What seemed to be the most important thing you heard or learned from your leader?

d. How do you think you will lead differently as a result of your leader dialogue?

Reflecting on your findings from your Leader2Leader dialogue, write an

initial post 300

400 words

:

a.

State the position of the leader

you talked to in your Leader2Leader

dialogue.

b.

What was the most surprising or unexpected thing you heard or learned

from your leader?

c.

What seemed to be the most important thing you heard or learned from

your leader?

d.

How do you think you will lead different

ly as a result of your leader

dialogue?

Reflecting on your findings from your Leader2Leader dialogue, write an

initial post 300-400 words:

a. State the position of the leader you talked to in your Leader2Leader

dialogue.

b. What was the most surprising or unexpected thing you heard or learned

from your leader?

c. What seemed to be the most important thing you heard or learned from

your leader?

d. How do you think you will lead differently as a result of your leader

dialogue?

For your course project in LDR-205, create a virtual presentation (PPT, Prezi, etc.) of your choice. Imagine that you have been invited to do a “Lunch and Learn” with a group of interns who have just started work in a local organization. You’ve been asked to provide a discussion on the “Fundamentals of Leadership” in 30 minutes or less (the lunch period for the interns). Draw on the new and developing tools in your toolkit that you are taking away from this course. Be sure to consider issues such as faith integration and diversity as you reflect on course material and prepare your slides. Address the following prompts in your work.  

a. What is leadership? (e.g., definition).

b. How is it different than management?

c. What is a key leadership theory that you find helpful? What are its key dimensions?

d. What are 5 key leadership principles (ideas about leadership) and 5 key practices (specific actions) that contribute to effective leading (based upon your study in the course)?

e. Why does the information included in your presentation “matter” for leaders, leading, or leadership? (e.g., benefits/consequences of doing/not doing things).

2. Put together a 10 – 15 slide presentation using presentation software such as PowerPoint or Prezi.

3. Be sure to keep your slides very succinct with just a few keywords or phrases. Use the notes section (e.g., in PPT) to supplement your slides with the explanatory material (e.g., your “script” of what you would say and why).

Use APA7 guidelines for any sources you reference.

For your course project in LDR

205, create a virtual presentation (PPT, Prezi,

etc.) of your choice. Imagine that you have been invited to do a “Lunch and

Learn” with a group of interns who have just started work in

a local

organization. You’ve been asked to provide a discussion on the

“Fundamentals of Leadership” in 30 minutes or less (the lunch period for the

interns). Draw on the new and developing tools in your toolkit that you are

taking away from this course.

B

e sure to consider issues such as faith

integration

and diversity as

you

reflect on course material and prepare your

slides. Address the following prompts in your work.

a.

What is leadership? (e.g., definition).

b.

How is it different than management?

c.

What is

a key leadership theory that you find helpful? What are its

key dimensions?

d.

What are 5 key leadership principles (ideas about leadership) and

5 key practices (specific actions) that contribute to effective

leading (based upon your study in the course)?

e.

Why

does the information included in your presentation “matter”

for leaders, leading, or leadership? (e.g., benefits/consequences of

doing/not doing things).

2.

Put together a 10

15 slide presentation using presentation

software such as PowerPoint or Prezi.

3.

Be

sure to keep your slides very succinct with just a few keywords

or phrases. Use the notes section (e.g., in PPT) to

supplement

your slides with the explanatory material (e.g., your “script” of

what you would say and why).

Use APA

7

guidelines for any source

s you reference.

For your course project in LDR-205, create a virtual presentation (PPT, Prezi,

etc.) of your choice. Imagine that you have been invited to do a “Lunch and

Learn” with a group of interns who have just started work in a local

organization. You’ve been asked to provide a discussion on the

“Fundamentals of Leadership” in 30 minutes or less (the lunch period for the

interns). Draw on the new and developing tools in your toolkit that you are

taking away from this course. Be sure to consider issues such as faith

integration and diversity as you reflect on course material and prepare your

slides. Address the following prompts in your work.

a. What is leadership? (e.g., definition).

b. How is it different than management?

c. What is a key leadership theory that you find helpful? What are its

key dimensions?

d. What are 5 key leadership principles (ideas about leadership) and

5 key practices (specific actions) that contribute to effective

leading (based upon your study in the course)?

e. Why does the information included in your presentation “matter”

for leaders, leading, or leadership? (e.g., benefits/consequences of

doing/not doing things).

2. Put together a 10 – 15 slide presentation using presentation

software such as PowerPoint or Prezi.

3. Be sure to keep your slides very succinct with just a few keywords

or phrases. Use the notes section (e.g., in PPT) to supplement

your slides with the explanatory material (e.g., your “script” of

what you would say and why).

Use APA7 guidelines for any sources you reference.

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