LEADERSHIP BOOK ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT/Leading and Managing People

LEADERSHIP BOOK ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT/Leading and Managing People

Paper details:
You need to pick one book form the “Leadership Book List” which i upload to you first, and tell me which book you choose. Then you need to read the detial for writing the paper. Please remember that you should follow every step from the detial. You just need to get the sources form the book you read, and the PPT I upload. Good Grammar, easy to read, don’t use too much advanced vocabulary.

Fulfills Course Objective 2:

“Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills as observers of contemporary leaders and popular leadership theories.”

Your assignment is to review of a leadership book of your choice.  Your goal is to summarize and evaluate the book so that people who haven’t read it can decide if they should.  Your audience consists of fellow class members and other student leaders on this and other college and university campuses.  A key element of the assignment is your ability to apply a “critical eye” to popular leadership sources, drawing from your growing knowledge of leadership theory and research.

Only one person per book.  I’ll keep a master list so identify your selection as soon as you can.

Your analysis (estimated length 6-7 pages) should follow this format:

–an introduction that captures the reader’s attention and provides background on
the writer and the book and why you chose this book

–a summary of the major parts/sections of the book

–an evaluation of the book

Identify its strengths and weaknesses based on what you’ve been learning
in class and in other settings.  This is the core of your paper—don’t skimp here!

Determine if the material in the book would be useful to students of
leadership and student leaders.

–a conclusion (if you can, tie the conclusion back to your introduction)

Leadership Book Analysis Assignment
Evaluation Rubric

Introduction
The degree to which the introduction captures interest and provides an overview.

Summary
The degree to which the writer summarizes the major parts/sections of the book.

Evaluation
The degree to which the writer identifies the strengths and weaknesses based on course material and determines if the material in the book is useful to students of leadership.

Conclusion
The degree to which the writer brings the paper to a satisfying conclusion and ties the conclusion back into the introduction.

Writing
The degree to which the writer communicates clearly with appropriate wording, organization, grammar, sentence structure and so on.

Name
Leadership Book Presentation
Evaluation Rubric

Introduction/Conclusion
The degree to which the introduction captures interest and provides an overview and the conclusion brings the presentation to a close.

Summary/Evaluation
The degree to which the speaker informs the audience of the contents of the book and provides an evaluation that helps our audience decide whether or not to read the book

Presentation
The degree to which the speaker follows good speaking techniques:  eye contact, speaking volume and tone, gestures, immediacy behaviors, facial expressions