Imagine that you have been recruited for a mid-level leadership position within a global organization. You have been through three rounds of intense interviews and have been invited back to make a last presentation to senior executive leadership. You have been directed to present your plan for ongoing leadership development.
Create a PowerPoint presentation of 12–15 slides that clearly demonstrate your knowledge of the traits and characteristics of effective global leaders, and which outlines your plan for ongoing leadership development.
In 1–2 slides, reflect on what it means to be an effective global leader.
In 1–2 slides, explain how the global leadership concerns for the future impact you personally.
In 3–4 slides, analyze your personal level of leadership competency.
Use the results from the Global Leadership Inventory (linked in the Resources activity) and any of the suggested self-assessments you took.
Link in Assessment 2 and Gardner’s Five Minds.
Identify your strengths and areas for improvement.
Global Leadership Development.
In 3–4 slides, analyze strategies and best practices for ongoing global leadership development.
Outline your actual leadership development plan to improve your competencies.
Explain how you plan to continue your leadership development.
Explain the types of training and development activities that will help you improve.