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Student name:
    
    Assessor name:
    
    Date of assessment / evidence:
    
    Venue:
    251 PITT STREET, MANNING BLDG, HAYMARKET, SYDNEY, NSW
    Qualification title:
    BSB XXXXXXXXXXAdvanced Diploma of Leadership and Management
    Unit(s) of competency assessed:
    BSBMGT605 - Provide leadership across the organisation
    Instructions to the student:
    To complete this unit’s assessment, you are required to answer all questions in this booklet and demonstrate specific tasks and skills.
    Assessment
Assessment Task 1:
Knowledge questions
    Assessment Task 1
    
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    Instructions to the assesso
    To complete this unit’s assessment, the student is required to answer all questions in this booklet and demonstrate specific tasks and skills.
Once the booklet is completed, you are to make the assessment decision. Please refer to the marking guidelines when making this decision.
    Context of Assessment
    Assessment tasks will be completed in the College, including the computer lab, using provided software and documentation.
    
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Student:
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Assessment Task 1:  Major Presentation
Instructions
You are the CEO of a large organisation in Australia.
A Recent survey highlighted the 5 most important challenges facing CEO’s in Australia today:
A comprehensive analysis of the 2016 survey showed five top concerns for CEOs, which are resulting from both industry and economic pressures:
1. Hiring and retaining talented staff: Nearly 30 per cent of CEOs highlighted staff management as an important challenge for the year ahead, including attracting, training and retaining staff. Additionally, keeping long-term existing staff energised and motivated was a cited area for focus. Interestingly, staffing attracted more feedback than any other issue.
2. Mastering disruptive technology: Just over one-quarter (26 per cent) of survey respondents considered disruptions and opportunities caused by technology to be one of the most significant trends they will face in 2016. Those CEOs who see technology as an opportunity tend to focus on how it will allow them to make large-scale changes to their business processes.
3. Business growth: In 2015, approximately one in five CEOs described growth as a key area of transformation and concern. One year later, that has grown to one in four (23 per cent of respondents). A common theme in this year’s discussions of growth was the impact on businesses of the apparent slowing of the Australian economy, with respondents calling out the need to manage a sluggish market.
4. Economic uncertainty: One in six (16 per cent) CEOs cited economic uncertainty as a key concern for 2016, and this anxiety is resulting in reduced business budgets and apprehension towards business spending. Interestingly, CEOs are also setting more conservative targets for success.
5. Managing change and improving processes: Managing change was noted as a major challenge for 15 per cent of respondents. Overall, the need for ‘change management’ was framed as a consequence of other trends, such as economic fluctuations, technological developments and international competition, particularly from Asia. Technology is also a key driver of the perceived need to manage change. However, CEOs were divided over the exact nature of the issue. Some saw change as a necessity in the face of existing technologies, while others spoke of harnessing innovation to drive real change.
Chose one of the 5 issues above and prepare a 10 to 12 minute presentation to your staff and other stake holders within your organisation explaining how you will address your chosen issue.
Be sure to cover the following items:
1. Communication
Clearly communicate the organisation mission and goals to the audience you are presenting to
State clearly the expectations you have of your staff and explain it in a manner which builds commitment to the organisation
2. Influencing others
Demonstrate how you influence your staff within the organisation
3. Building and supporting teams
Demonstrate by what means you will lead and build and give support to teams regarding your chosen issue
4. Demonstrating personal and professional competence
Demonstrate personal and professional competence
Ensure you speak about organisational ethics
5. Ensure you take on one of the specific leadership styles
Laissez-Faire
Autocratic
Participative
Transactional
Transformational

    MARKING Guide
    Excellent
    Proficient
    Average
    Poo
    Content:
Relates to topic, detailed, and accurate.
Must Demonstrate one of the leadership styles below
Laissez-Faire
Autocratic
Participative
Transactional
Transformational
    All content directly related to the topic. Opinions were always supported by fact if possible.
    Content directly related to the topic. Almost all opinions were supported by facts.
    Demonstrated Basic understanding of the topic. Many opinions were not supported by facts.
    Few facts related to the topic. Most Information was opinion.
    Knowledge: 5 (marks)
Demonstrated knowledge of subject
Covered all 5 Questions
Demonstrated good influencing tactics, highly persuasive presentation
    Showed a thorough knowledge of the topic. Able to use assessor questions to further demonstrate understanding of the topic. Appeared to be an expert on the subject being presented
    Showed a working knowledge of the topic. Able to satisfactorily answer assessor questions and provided additional information upon request.
    Showed basic knowledge of the topic. Able to address assessor questions by repeating parts of the presentation - did not provide any additional information.
    Showed little or no knowledge of the topic. Unable to answer assessor questions or comment further on any part of the presentation.
    Posture/Eye Contact/Mannerism:
Appropriate posture and effective eye contact
    Stood upright and appeared confident throughout. Avoided rocking, shifting, and other nervous behavior. Made eye contact throughout the assessors.
    Posture was good for most of the presentation. Made eye contact numerous times during presentation. Did not rely too heavily on notes or visual aids.
    Sometimes rocked, shifted, or appeared uncomfortable. Made occasional eye contact with one or two audience members. Did not rely too heavily on notes or visual aids
    Posture was poor. Slouched, shifted from foot to foot, and appeared very uncomfortable. Made almost no eye contact with the audience. Looked down at notes or visual aids.
    Enthusiasm: Energetic, confident, not frenetic
    Appeared enthusiastic and confident at all times. Moderated level of excitement to hold audience's attention.
    Appeared enthusiastic and confident at all times. May have appeared overly enthusiastic at times. Held audience interest for most of the time.
    Showed some confidence and little excitement about the topic. Attempted to modify behavior to engage audience on one or more occasions. Lost attention of some audience members.
    Showed little or no enthusiasm about the topic. Nervous. Did not moderate level of excitement in response to audience reaction. Lost audience interest.
    Audience:
Engage and interact with audience
    Moderated speaking style based on audience feedback. Calmly and eloquently addressed audience questions and comments. Engaged audience for the duration of the presentation.
    Adjusted volume, pace, and enthusiasm several times. Answered audience questions and addressed comments. Presenter adjusted enthusiasm or pace to hold audience attention.
    Spoke more loudly when requested by audience members. Presenter was clearly uncomfortable. Presenter attempted to adjust enthusiasm or pace to hold audience attention.
    Did not adjust speaking style based on audience reaction. Could not answer audience questions. Presenter made no visible effort to hold audience interest.
    Pace:
Speaks at an appropriate pace
    Speaker adjusted pace to stay within allotted time. Speaker answered audience questions without overdo it or covered additional material if there were no questions.
    Speaker's pace was appropriate throughout
    Tended to speak too quickly or too slowly
    Consistently spoke too fast or too slow
    Timing:
Length of Presentation Length of Q&A
    Perfect timing
    Adequate Timing
    Too short or too long
    Finish a
uptly
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Akansha answered on May 25 2020
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ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTIES AND THIER CONSEQUENCES
ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTIES
A situation engaging unknown information is defined as uncertainty
In a business, one has to face a number of uncertainties.
In the given presentation, one such issue that is economic uncertainty will be discussed
In the business field, economic uncertainty implies that the outlook of the economy is unforeseeable for it.
Here, various economic uncertainties will be discussed as it is a raging issue for the cu
ent CEOs operating in the business world (BAHMANI-OSKOOEE, M. and XI, D. 2011).
Uncertainty refers to a situation which involves unknown information. Economic uncertainty is a major problem which affects the business houses and companies, it refers to an economic situation which is of unpredictable nature. There are various types of economic uncertainties according to various economists.
2
Why is an issue?
The companies have to face various challenges due to these uncertainties
Various challenges will be discussed using the example of an organization that is ABC Pvt. Ltd.
ABC Pvt. Ltd. Is a company established and operating in Australia and nea
y countries.
Due to its multinational nature of business the company gets affected by the economic uncertainties taking place.
The CEO of ABC Pvt. Ltd. follows a transformational style of leadership and the same will be used to understand the challenges and solution for the same (Robinson, T., Tsiaplias, S. and Nguyen, V. 2016).
Uncertainty refers to a situation which involves unknown information. Economic uncertainty is a major problem which affects the business houses and companies, it refers to an economic situation which is of unpredictable nature. There are various types of economic uncertainties according to various economists.
3
WHY IT IS AN ISSUE?
Any change in the foreign exchange rate affects the profit earning ratio of the company
The price of the domestic cu
ency in terms of other foreign cu
ency is called foreign exchange rate.
Change in the foreign exchange rate also leads to fluctuations in exports and imports
As the company is of multinational business culture it gets drastically affected by changes in foreign exchange rate
Such uncertainties in the economy also leads to decrease in corporate investment
Economic...
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