1. From the weekly readings and first e-Activity, recommend a distributive, servant, or other leadership theory that a public leader could apply in order to resolve conflicts and implement change while working with external stakeholders. Conclude if your selected leadership theory holds true if it is applied to the Department of Defense, the United Way, or the Department of Taxation. Provide a rationale and examples to support your response.
From the weekly readings and second e-Activity, conclude the main manner in which public leadership from higher levels of government both positively and negatively impacts public leadership on lower levels of government. Propose two (2) strategies that public leaders in each level of government could use in order to work collaboratively, thus ensuring that decisions do not adversely affect citizens. Provide a rationale for your response.
3. From the weekly readings and first e-Activity, propose the primary manner in which you would use your public leadership style in order to integrate new learning concepts, teaching modalities, and tools of measurement for success. Determine two (2) actions that you could take in order to persuade your instructors to improve their modes of teaching delivery, install a new standard of professional performance, and help to construct a new vision for public education. Justify your response.
4. From the weekly readings and first e-Activity, compare and contrast two to three (2-3) challenges of public leadership for elementary principals, secondary principles, and college presidents. Provide two to three (2-3) examples of such public leadership challenges.
5. From the weekly readings and second e-Activity, determine two (2) critical elements a public leader faces to achieve overall success in any agency. Provide a rationale for your response.
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