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Personal Leadership Philosophies

Name of Student

Walden University

NURS 6053

Interprofessional Organization & System Leadership

Dr. Elvira G. Phelps

Due date

Personal Leadership Philosophies

Introductory paragraph. The introduction presents the problem that the paper addresses. Write an introductory paragraph. Do not write the word Introduction as a level heading because the first paragraph under the title of the paper functions as your paper’s introduction. Include the purpose of the paper.

The purpose of this paper is to……(continue stating the purpose of the paper.).



Personal Leadership Philosophy, Core Values and Personal Mission/Vision Statement

Develop and submit a personal leadership philosophy that reflects what you think are characteristics of a good leader.

Use two to three scholarly resources on leadership you selected to support your philosophy statement. Your personal leadership philosophy should include the following: 

· A description of your core values.

· A personal mission statements.

· A personal vision statements



Analysis of Clifton Strengths Assessment 

The response must accurately and completely provide an analysis and detailed summary of the Clifton Strengths Assessment.

Accurately and thoroughly describes in detail two key behaviors to strengthen.



Development Plans in Improving Selected Key Behaviors to achieve Personal Vision

An accurate, complete, and detailed development plan must be provided that thoroughly explains plans to improve upon the two key behaviors selected. 
The responses must accurately and thoroughly explain in detail plans on how to achieve a personal vision with specific and accurate examples. 
The response must include a comprehensive synthesis of information gleaned from sources (references) that fully support how to achieve a personal vision. Integrates 2 or more credible outside sources, in addition to 2 or 3 course-specific resources to fully support the responses provided.

Conclusion

Conclusion on major points. The conclusion allows you to have the final say on the issues you have raised in your paper, to synthesize your thoughts and ideas, consider broader issues, elaborate on the significance of your findings and give your reader a new view of the subject, see things differently and enrich the reader’s way of thinking and perspective.


Reminder: DO NOT SUBMIT THE PAPER IN A TABLE FORMAT.


The School of Nursing requires that all papers submitted include

a title page, introductory paragraph, discussion topics, summary, and references.
The Sample Paper provided at the Walden Writing Center provides an example of those required elements (available at


). All papers submitted must use this formatting.

References


NOTE: Delete the references and write your own list of references.


The following references are intended as examples only. Observe current, peer-reviewed and evidenced-based (not more than 5 years old.


If you used the references listed at the bottom of the Syllabus, you can copy and paste them to your paper and see to it that the references are following the hanging indentation.


Per the APA manual 7th edition, do not include “Retrieved from.” The words “Retrieved from” or “Accessed from” are no longer necessary before a URL.

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