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WEEK 6 - FINAL PROJECT
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Elmholdt, K. T., Clausen, R. T. J., & Madsen, M. T. (2018). Seductive Atmospheres: Using Tools to Effectuate Spaces for Leadership Development. Journal of Change Management, 18(4), 257–280 doi: 10.1080/14697017.2018.1453856
This study by Elmholdt, Clausen and Madsen (2018) suggests that organizational change and development provides the atmosphere for the use of management tool. It must be noted that business game can be used as an essential tool to effective episodes for leadership development. It also suggests that understanding of the management tool can be helpful in the leadership development.
This article is a peer-reviewed article published in the reputed journal. Authors of the article have qualification and experience in this field. Information present in the article is valid as article is published in not 5 years old. The article is credible as it consists of in-text citation and list of references.
The data is collected using the three steps methods. These three steps include semi-structured interviews, document studies and observational methods.
This study focused on elaboration of the theory instead of development of theory. The study is conducted on the micro-ordering activities. Future study needs to expand the horizon.
Sarpy, S. A. C., & Stachowski, A. (2020). Evaluating Leadership Development of Executive Peer Networks Using Social Network Analysis. Journal of Leadership Education, 19(2), 13–32 doi: 10.12806/V19/I2/R2
This article by Sarpy and Stachowski (2020) uses the social network analysis as a technique to check whether the leadership development program is an effective intervention in developing social ties and increase the connectivity of the leaders in the organization. The program analyses the interaction of the leaders in the leadership development program. It made several predictions such as tasks, career and social networks.
The article selected for the study is peer-reviewed and published in the reputed journal. The authors of the article are qualified to write this article. The information given in the article is cited with in-text citation and reference list are provided at the end, which make the article credible. Besides, the paper is even valid, as it is published within five years.
This article analyses the program by making predictions based on the activities of the leaders through tasks, career and social network activity.
This study consists of the small cohort of the leaders of the public health. the size of the sample is very small. The predication is made solely on the prediction by the social network algorithm.
Speranza, C. R., & Pierce, A. (2019). Development of a Personal Leadership Philosophy: An Experiential and Reflective Opportunity in the Graduate Classroom. Journal of Leadership Education, 18(3), 167–175 doi: 10.12806/V18/I3/A2
This article by Speranza and Pierce (2019) provides the information about the implementation of the leadership education program, which can assist graduate and executive level students to develop, present and articulate the leadership philosophy in small peer group so that they can advance their leadership identity and prepare them for the future workforce. This program includes the activities, which have multiple objectives such as to understand the persona leadership philosophy.
This article published in a reputed journal and considered as peer-reviewed. The authors of the article are qualified to write the article. The article is new, which makes all its information valid. The article consists of in-text citation and references to makes it credible.
This article consists of both reflection of the participants and information about the experimentation.
This article provides the theoretical aspect of the leadership. Further study is required for the development of the study.
Peach, D., Ruinard, D., & We
, F. (2014). Feedback on Student Performance in the Workplace: The Role of Workplace Supervisors. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 15(3), 241–252. Retrieved from https:
This article by Peach, Ruinard and We
(2014) provides the importance of feedback in work-integrated...