Critical Synthesis of Historical Views and Applications of Leadership

Resources: SAS Central: Critical Thinking, AES Presentation

After analyzing and evaluating historical, theoretical and practice the next step in our exploration of leadership is your individual translation of historical views using critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis.

Choose a leader that had a positive influence in history and whose concepts can be migrated forward so that they have a degree of applicability in your professional endeavors. Synthesize the ideas to suggest opportunities for their use in your career and scholarly research.

Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation in the following format:

Four to six bullet points per slide
Bullet points in the form of descriptive narrative style
Internal citations to bullet points
Speaker notes in full sentences
Reference slide with a minimum of four sources

Include the following in your presentation:

Provide the historical context of your leader.
Explain what characteristics make him or her a good leader and how he or she fits within the historical context.
Describe the leadership actions he or she took.
Explain how this leader employed transactional and/.or transformational leadership to inspire and mobilize others.
Synthesize two leadership behaviors that you would like to develop, and abductively justify your reasoning. Note: Click the Types of Reasoning tab on the SAS Central: Critical Thinking page for more information on abductive reasoning.

Include images and references in your presentation to support your presentation. References should be peer-reviewed articles, journals, and scholarly literature located in the University Library.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

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