Formulating Leadership Part II

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Resources: The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 6 and Management Roles: Leading video

NextJen Corporation's Vice President of Human Resources has approached your team for assistance in recruiting and developing your organization's future leaders. 60% of your company consists of millennials and your team has been charged with how to successfully increase the number of millennials as leaders in your organization. At this time, senior management is reluctant and disinterested in promoting the millennials to leadership roles.

In Week Two, your team identifed 4-5 best practices the company should have to develop leadership in its millennial employees. You conducted an audit and discovered where the organization was weak in effecting these best practices. You also came up with an effective plan to get the executives' attention and persuade them of the value of a leadership development program for its millennials.

Now, you are expected to develop a convincing and persuasive presentation for your senior leadership that will present your results them to encourage millennials as leaders in your organization as follows:

Re-examine your plan from Part 1 as a team.

Create a 6-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes that contains the following components:

  • Include the pathways necessary to accomplish these goals by identifying the objective(s), methods of achieving the objective(s), and finally, ways to measure success.
  • Include at least one short video presentation within a slide.

Your presentation should incorporate what we have been learning about leadership models, best practices needed by companies in order to prepare future leader, and how transformational leadership may assist in this process.

Cite a minimum of three peer reviewed sources not including your text in a references page at the end of the presentation.

Format citations consistent with APA guidelines.

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Learning Team Assignment: Formulating Leadership Part II Purpose of Assignment This assignment explores current challenges within organizations that relate to various theories (including transformational leadership), skills, and approaches to leadership. In this assignment, your team develops a presentation to senior leadership that will motivate them to encourage millennials as leaders in your organization since 60% of your company consists of millennials. Leaders within your organization are reluctant and uninformed about these viewpoints. During Week 2 of this course, your team initiated your plan in Part I of this assignment. Resources Required The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 6 Management Roles: Leading video Grading Guide Content Met Partially Met Not Met Total Available Total Earned 10.5 #/10.5 The team determines how to cultivate millennials as leaders. The team identifies the pathway necessary to accomplish the goal of cultivating millennials as leaders by identifying the objective(s), methods of achieving the objective(s), and ways to measure success. This team evaluates how transformational leadership may assist in this process. The team’ includes at least one video presentation within a slide. The team showcase some of the best practices needed by companies in order to prepare future leaders. The team cites a minimum of three peer reviewed sources not including the text. The presentation is between 10 to 15 slides in length with speaker notes, and is appropriate for the audience. The presentation includes relevant media and visual aids that are consistent with the content. Comments: Presentation Guidelines Met Partially Met Not Met Total Available Total Earned 4.5 #/4.5 15 #/15 The presentation is laid out with effective use of headings, font styles, font sizes, and white space. Intellectual property is recognized with in-text citations and a reference slide. The presentation includes an introduction and conclusion that preview and review major points. Major points are stated clearly; are supported by specific details, examples, or analysis; and are organized logically. Rules of grammar and usage are followed including spelling and punctuation. Assignment Total Additional comments: Comments: May. 1 NEXTJEN, CORPORATION LEADERSHIP AUDIT – MAY 2017 AUDIT GOALS: The purpose of this project is to formulate ways and means of developing leadership skills in millennials with an aim of increasing their participation in leadership at NextJen Corporation. The project proposes a way of breaking away from this trend in order to give room for modern ways of management in NextJen Corporation, promote positive outcomes and ensure that this group reaches its potential in leadership. AUDIT SCORE LEGEND: A MINIMAL IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE B SOME IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE C MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE FINDINGS: 1. Mentoring Method. Audit Score A Millennials are information seekers thus having a mentor in this group helps the individual gain knowledge through an experienced associate. Having one-on-one talks and guiding the individual is beneficial for our future leaders in Next Jen Corporation. My finding is ideal for the millennials, the company for they foster May. 1 NEXTJEN, CORPORATION the mentoring method. Any potential leader or manager gets a mentor where they shadow the individual, learn, and seeks guidance even after he or she takes on a leadership role. 2. Applying a comprehensive learning approach. Audit Score B Learning workshops such as coaching, a workshop, or seminar allow the millennial to have a continuous learning in their given field. Leadership workshops that enable the individual to grow and find new approaches to leadership. Although, the mentoring method is great we need follow-up sessions to ensure that these associates are educated. This area needs improvement. 3. Apply Fielder’s Contingency Model- or a different leadership assessment. Audit Score C Using this theory can help establish if the millennial is primarily task accomplishment motivated or maintaining relationships. To determine a millennials leadership style, it does not have to be on this contingency model but any leadership assessment. My finding shows that this company does not give out a leadership assessment. Recommendation to incorporate an assessment. 4. .360-degree Feedback. Audit Score Ba. The 360 Feedback is designed to help provide insight into the skills and behaviors desired in the organization or leadership development. This tool will assist the individual to understand his or her weaknesses and help focus on the areas of improvement. The audit was a B- the business provides feedback, but needs to do it frequently, quarterly. This feedback mechanism provides the millennials May. 1 NEXTJEN, CORPORATION feedback which allows them to grow as leaders if he or she follows the given feedback. 5. Leverage on Networking Audit Score CMillennials often rely on their peers and social networks to provide essential information and guidance on critical issues and function at their place of work. The management at Nexgen should make it a priority to leverage on social networking by setting social platforms to share real-time information and allow flexibility (Brack, 2012). It is also a way of coaching millennials on the use of diplomacy and solving problems without having to spend time moving from one point to another. PLAN PROPOSAL: There is a need for NextJen Corporation to ensure participation of millennials as their contribution has a great impact on the company. This project highly recommends that you take the bold step to ensure that the top organ of the company is aware of the benefits of promoting millennial leadership. By use of the above highlighted best practices, NextJen will be able to realize major benefits and become even more competitive in the industry. Once adopted, this proposal will go a long way in promoting millennial leaders and encourage their active participation in the management of the organization. The graph below is based on the expectation on career success of the millennials: May. 1 NEXTJEN, CORPORATION Source: Ryan Jenkins Next Generation Speaker Website. NEXTJEN, CORPORATION May. 1 References Brack, J. (2012). Maximizing millennials in the workplace. UNC Executive Development, 1-14. The deal, J. J., Altman, D. G., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2010). Millennials at work: What we know and what we need to do (if anything). Journal of Business and Psychology, 25(2), 191199. Meister, J. C., Willyerd, K., & Foss, E. (2010). The 2020 workplace: How innovative companies attract, develop, and keep tomorrow's employees today (p. 5). New York, NY: Harper Business. Jenkins, R. (2013). Ryan Jenkins Next Generation Speaker: ARE YOU MAKING THIS CLASSIC LEADERSHIP MISTAKE WHEN LEADING MILLENNIALS? Retrieved from http://www.ryanjenkins.com/2013/09/30/are-you-making-this-classic-leadership-mistake-when-leadingmillennials/ ...
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Formulating Leadership
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Introduction
 Many organizations today have 60% of their employees

who are still young and energetic
 They need to be thought how to lead and manage their
organizations
 Every organization ought to have a succession plan to
nature and mould the millennial leaders

Training Millennial Leaders
 Mentoring them
 Comprehensive learning methods

 Regular training on work will enable them understand

their responsibilities
 Challengin...

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