Leadership and Power
Resource: The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 5
Create either a 2- to 4-minute podcast, a 15- to 20-slide
Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, a 1- to 2-minute video, or
other presentation on the interaction and influence among
leadership tactics according to the following criteria:
Explain power and compare how it relates to leadership
Analyze the five sources of power
Summarize the relationship between influence and power
Determine how relationships between leaders and staff affect
influence and power
Cite a minimum of two references other than the text.
Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines.
The Art and Science of Leadership, Ch. 5
The Art and Science of Leadership
Leadership and Power Grading Guide
LDR/300 Version 7
Individual Assignment: Leadership and Power
Purpose of Assignment
The purpose of the assignment is to apply the theories and characteristics of leadership discussed in class.
What is power and how might a leader or manager exercise power successfully? What if, any, relationship is
there between power and influence? By creating a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, podcast/audio file, or
Voki presentation, the student explores all of these topics.
The student explains power and compares
how it relates to leadership.
The student analyzes the five sources of
The student summarizes the relationship
between influence and power.
The student determines how relationships
between leaders and staff affect influence and
The student cites a minimum of two
references other than the text.
The 2- to 4-podcast, 15- to 20-slide Microsoft®
PowerPoint® presentation with speaker notes,
or 5-slide Voki presentation is appropriate for
The student includes relevant media and
visual aids that are consistent with the
The assignment is laid out with effective use
of headings, font styles, font sizes, and white
Intellectual property is recognized with in-text
citations and a reference slide.
The assignment includes an introduction and
conclusion that preview and review major
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.
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