Identify an arena in which you want to build and exercise power in service to the common good. It could be your profession or a profession to which you aspire, your local community, District politics, your religious community or any of a variety of other possible arenas. They identify emerging, established, or high value leaders in this arena. Look for interesting people with a broad understanding of their interests, broad, deep and complex networks of public relationships, and advanced leadership capacities. Conduct an individual meeting with such individual and prepare an analysis of the individual's interests, relationships, and leadership capacities.
This needs to be believable, with individuals that I might know in real life. A little about me to help: Student-athlete and a part-time server at a restaurant (teachers, teammates, managers/bosses are okay to write about), I also study Computer Science (so professors are an option). The paper should NOT be the interview itself, but the analysis. Quotes from the interview are encouraged. The paper should be at least a page and a half. Attached are a couple slides to show you what the professor is asking for.
To cut it short: Interview (or pretend) to interview an individual who is passionate about what they do. Conduct an analysis that includes what the individual does, how and why they do it, their relationship with their coworkers, and how it can be done better.
Let me know if you have any questions.