PowerPoint Presentation

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Consider your current work environment or one that you desire to join. Through a PowerPoint® presentation, propose a team approach to achieve a long-term business goal.

Develop a slide presentation that includes the following:

  • Title slide.
  • Introduction—Be sure to introduce the reason you are proposing a team approach by identifying the long-term business goal you desire to achieve.
  • Actions for the organization level—(see DuBrin text, Table 9-1)
    • Identify which of the seven actions are appropriately established and which need to be revised or developed.
    • Propose recommendations for policy and structure changes to better enable the successful deployment of a team approach.
  • Actions at the leader level—(see DuBrin text, Table 9-1)
    • Using the 12 actions that leaders can take as a model, identify three strengths that seem generally consistent among leaders in the organization and three opportunities for development.
    • Propose recommendations for leader training and development to help the team approach succeed.
  • Actions at the individual level—(see DuBrin text, Quiz 9-1 & Quiz 12-3)
    • Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 12-3, determine your personal conflict resolution style and summarize what indicates for team membership and leadership.
    • Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 9-1, determine your team player attitudes and propose recommendations for how you will improve your ability to contribute to team goals and objectives through active participation and collaboration.
  • Conclude with a call to action that seeks sponsorship and support for this initiative.

Provide Detailed Notes—The detail of what would be your verbal presentation must be represented in the notes section of each slide.

  • Demonstrate mastery of the topics.
  • Inform and persuade your audience of your choices.
  • While “Content” points may be earned through the individual slides, the use of research will be demonstrated through the notes.
  • “Analysis” points will mostly be earned through the notes of each slide.
  • Include citations, as needed, in the notes sections.
  • References—any references used may be placed in the notes section of the concluding slide as it is not necessary for the audience to see this list.

Professional presentation, clarity of slides:

  • It is important that the slides be streamlined, interesting, visually appealing, and professional.
  • The use of an appropriate template, SmartArt to graphically depict information, and use of graphics to enhance the message is important. Do not just submit a plain PowerPoint deck that is filled with words and bullet point lists.
  • The presentation must be interesting, visually appealing and memorable.
  • Slides should not be overly cluttered and should be easily viewed when presented in a large setting. Use an appropriate font and font size.
  • Slides must be grammatically correct and free of misspelled words.

The point distribution for the Assignment will be as follows:

  • 50% (75 points): Content, focus, use of research, and organization
  • 30% (45 points): Analysis and critical thinking
  • 20% (30 points): Professional presentation, clarity of slides

GB600: Leadership Strategies for a Changing World Unit 3 Assignment Grading Rubric: Grading Criteria Content, focus, use of research, organization • Demonstrate mastery of the topics. • Inform and persuade your audience of your choices. • While “Content” points may be earned through the individual slides, the use of research will be demonstrated through the notes. • Include citations, as needed, in the notes sections. • References – any references used may be placed in the notes section of the concluding slide as it is not necessary for the audience to see this list. Introduction – Be sure to introduce the reason you are proposing a team approach by identifying the long-term business goal you desire to achieve. Actions for the organization level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-3): Identify which of the 7 actions are appropriately established and which need to be revised or developed. Actions at the leader level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-3): Using the 12 actions that leaders can take as a model, identify three strengths that seem generally consistent among leaders in the organization and three opportunities for development. Actions at the individual level – (see DuBrin text, Figure 12-1 & Quiz 12-3): Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 12-3, determine your personal conflict resolution style and summarize what indicates for team membership and leadership. Conclude with a call to action that seeks sponsorship and support for this initiative. Analysis and critical thinking • Demonstrate mastery of the topics. • Inform and persuade your audience of your choices. • “Analysis” points will mostly be earned through the notes of each slide. • Include citations, as needed, in the notes sections. • References – any references used may be placed in the notes section of the concluding slide as it is not necessary for the audience to see this list. Actions for the organization level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-3): Propose recommendations for policy and structure changes to better enable the successful deployment of a team approach. Actions at the leader level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-3): Propose recommendations for leader training and development to help the team approach succeed. Actions at the individual level – (see DuBrin text, Figure 12-1 & Quiz 12-3): Propose recommendations for how you will improve your ability to contribute to team goals and objectives through active participation and collaboration. Professional presentation, clarity of slides • It is important that the slides be streamlined, interesting, visually appealing, and professional. • The use of an appropriate template, SmartArt to graphically depict information, and use of graphics to enhance the message is important. Do not just submit a plain PowerPoint deck that is filled with words and bullet point lists. • The presentation must be interesting and visually appealing and memorable. • Slides should not be overly cluttered and should be easily viewed when presented in a large setting. Use an appropriate font and font size. • Slides must be grammatically correct and free of misspelled words. Include a title slide. Professional template used. Presentation is visually appealing: use of graphics and SmartArt streamline information in a memorable manner. Slides are not overly cluttered and could be easily viewed when presented in a large setting. Appropriate font and font size selected. Slides are grammatically correct and free of misspelled words. Presentation is appropriate length (10-12 slides) Points Possible 75 points (50%) 8 20 20 20 7 45 points (30%) 15 15 15 30 points (20%) 2 2 10 10 2 2 Grading Criteria Provide appropriate references. Points Possible 2 Total 150 points
GB600 Unit 3 Assignment and Rubric GB600-3: Propose a team approach to achieve long-term business outcomes. PC 1.2: Contribute to team goals and objectives through active participation and collaboration. Assignment 1: PowerPoint Presentation Consider your current work environment or one that you desire to join. Through a PowerPoint® presentation, propose a team approach to achieve a long-term business goal. Develop a slide presentation that includes the following: • Title slide. • Introduction – Be sure to introduce the reason you are proposing a team approach by identifying the long-term business goal you desire to achieve. • Actions for the organization level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-1) • • • o Identify which of the 7 actions are appropriately established and which need to be revised or developed. o Propose recommendations for policy and structure changes to better enable the successful deployment of a team approach. Actions at the leader level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-1) o Using the 12 actions that leaders can take as a model, identify three strengths that seem generally consistent among leaders in the organization and three opportunities for development. o Propose recommendations for leader training and development to help the team approach succeed. Actions at the individual level – (see DuBrin text, Quiz 9-1 & Quiz 12-3) o Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 12-3, determine your personal conflict resolution style and summarize what that indicates for team membership and leadership. o Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 9-1, determine your team player attitudes and propose recommendations for how you will improve your ability to contribute to team goals and objectives through active participation and collaboration. Conclude with a call to action that seeks sponsorship and support for this initiative. Provide Detailed Notes – The detail of what would be your verbal presentation must be represented in the notes section of each slide. • Demonstrate mastery of the topics. • Inform and persuade your audience of your choices. • While “Content” points may be earned through the individual slides, the use of research will be demonstrated through the notes. • “Analysis” points will mostly be earned through the notes of each slide. • Include citations, as needed, in the notes sections. • References – any references used may be placed in the notes section of the concluding slide as it is not necessary for the audience to see this list. Professional presentation, clarity of slides: • It is important that the slides be streamlined, interesting, visually appealing, and professional. • The use of an appropriate template, SmartArt to graphically depict information, and use of graphics to enhance the message is important. Do not just submit a plain PowerPoint deck that is filled with words and bullet point lists. • The presentation must be interesting and visually appealing and memorable. • Slides should not be overly cluttered and should be easily viewed when presented in a large setting. Use an appropriate font and font size. • Slides must be grammatically correct and free of misspelled words. The point distribution for the Assignment will be as follows: • 50% (75 points): Content, focus, use of research, and organization • 30% (45 points): Analysis and critical thinking • 20% (30 points): Professional presentation, clarity of slides The Assignment will be evaluated using the Unit 3 Assignment Grading Rubric. Please ensure detailed notes for each slide. It is important that the slides be streamlined, interesting, visually appealing, and professional. Submit the PowerPoint Presentation to the Unit 3: Assignment 1 Dropbox. This Assignment is due by the end of Unit 3 – Tuesday, 11:59 p.m. ET. Unit 3 Assignment Grading Rubric: Grading Criteria Content, focus, use of research, organization • Demonstrate mastery of the topics. • Inform and persuade your audience of your choices. • While “Content” points may be earned through the individual slides, the use of research will be demonstrated through the notes. • Include citations, as needed, in the notes sections. • References – any references used may be placed in the notes section of the concluding slide as it is not necessary for the audience to see this list. Introduction – Be sure to introduce the reason you are proposing a team approach by identifying the long-term business goal you desire to achieve. Actions for the organization level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-1): Identify which of the 7 actions are appropriately established and which need to be revised or developed. Actions at the leader level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-1): Using the 12 actions that leaders can take as a model, identify three strengths that seem generally consistent among leaders in the organization and three opportunities for development. Actions at the individual level – (see DuBrin text, Quiz 12-3): Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 12-3, determine your personal conflict resolution style and summarize what indicates for team membership and leadership. Conclude with a call to action that seeks sponsorship and support for this initiative. Analysis and critical thinking • Demonstrate mastery of the topics. • Inform and persuade your audience of your choices. • “Analysis” points will mostly be earned through the notes of each slide. • Include citations, as needed, in the notes sections. • References – any references used may be placed in the notes section of the concluding slide as it is not necessary for the audience to see this list. Actions for the organization level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-1): Propose recommendations for policy and structure changes to better enable the successful deployment of a team approach. Actions at the leader level – (see DuBrin text, Table 9-1): Propose recommendations for leader training and development to help the team approach succeed. Actions at the individual level – (see DuBrin text, Quiz 9-1): Using the Leadership Self-Assessment Quiz 9-1, propose recommendations for how you will improve your ability to contribute to team goals and objectives through active participation and collaboration. Professional presentation, clarity of slides • It is important that the slides be streamlined, interesting, visually appealing, and professional. • The use of an appropriate template, SmartArt to graphically depict information, and use of graphics to enhance the message is important. Do not just submit a plain PowerPoint deck that is filled with words and bullet point lists. Points Possible 75 points (50%) 8 20 20 20 7 45 points (30%) 15 15 15 30 points (20%) • The presentation must be interesting and visually appealing and memorable. • Slides should not be overly cluttered and should be easily viewed when presented in a large setting. Use an appropriate font and font size. • Slides must be grammatically correct and free of misspelled words. Include a title slide. Professional template used. Presentation is visually appealing: use of graphics and SmartArt streamline information in a memorable manner. Slides are not overly cluttered and could be easily viewed when presented in a large setting. Appropriate font and font size selected. Slides are grammatically correct and free of misspelled words. Presentation is appropriate length (10-12 slides) Provide appropriate references. Total Recommended Slide Flow: Introduction Organizational Level Established vs development needed Recommendations Leader Level 3 strengths & 3 development opportunities Recommendations Individual Level Personal conflict resolution style Team player attitudes Conclusion / Call to Action 2 2 10 10 2 2 2 150 points PowerPoint Guidance I want to provide you with resources for “how to” create awesome PowerPoint presentations. First – Create your CONTENT in a Word document. This allows you to think through all of the assignment or presentation requirements without getting bogged down with the technical or design issues of PPT. Outline it in the order you will want for your presentation > see Assignment Information for what that should be. Second – By section, copy the Word content and paste into the NOTES section of the appropriate PPT slide. (Watch the video below if you do not know how to use Notes in PPT.) Third – Select an appropriate THEME for your PPT presentation. Fourth – Create the slide content to be interesting, visual, and engaging. Watch videos (below) for what that entails and how to use SmartArt, etc. Fifth – Double-check PPT to ensure all requirements are met, ensure grammar and spelling, and view as a “presentation” to watch through the “eyes” of an audience member. While each and every idea below might not be useful for an “assignment,” they will help you become a better presenter and avoid boring your audiences with PPT slides. This video provides a step-by-step process to add NOTES to your PPT presentation. This is a requirement for our assignments; thus, important that everyone can do this easily. https://youtu.be/T4oScGkqMAw This video provides a simple introduction to using SmartArt. You will find this is very easy to use and is so much more visual than mere bullet points. https://youtu.be/Xaje8evR-fk This video has four great tricks and shortcuts for PPT. Yes – I learned a couple things here! https://youtu.be/05OW0Ce8rT8 This video is from a TEDx talk … it is long but provides great information regarding how our cognitive resources affect what we see and retain in a presentation … so, it’s the WHY we need to do things differently. https://youtu.be/Iwpi1Lm6dFo This video is from a TEDx talk … not as long as the other and it has a different approach. You will learn how to LEAD by PowerPoint. Great stuff! https://youtu.be/jKERw9u3CeQ I hope you find these resources to be helpful as you further develop your presentation skills. For any area that you would like a deeper dive, I recommend going to YouTube and doing a specific search and you will find many options. Cheers! Rebecca

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