Leadership Style and Change Advocacy Statement

Criteria for Content

Consider the insights gained through class readings, self-assessment of leadership capacity, reflections on individual competencies, and the issue related to your specialty track for which you will advocate for change. Complete parts I and II of the assignment using the guidelines and rubric below.

Part II: Written Summary

Create a concise summary, no more than two pages in length, explaining the following elements.

Include a minimum of two peer-reviewed scholarly sources (current within 5 years) to support your work
Introduction
Statement of personal leadership style
Change advocacy statement and rationale
Conclusion
Preparing the Assignment
Criteria for Format and Special Instructions

Abide by the Chamberlain College of Nursing Academic Integrity Policy.

Part II: Using Microsoft Word 2013, create the summary paper for the assignment. Include a title page with your name, date, and course information, as well as a reference page. The summary paper must be concisely written and no more than two pages in length, excluding the title and reference pages. A minimum of two peer-reviewed scholarly sources, current within 5 years, are required. Sources older than five years may not be used without the permission of the class professor. No direct quotes may be used in this assignment. First-person tense may be used for this assignment.

*To submit your summary, you will go to the assignment page and use the Re-Submit Assignment button to upload the file. Select the File Upload tab to submit your Word document. Make sure you click the Submit Assignment button to complete the submission. Both your video and your Word document will be available to your professor.

Please note: After you upload your summary, you will not be able to see your Kaltura video except for in the media gallery. However, your instructor will be able to view both submissions when reviewing your work.

Directions and Assignment Criteria

Grading Criteria
Category Points % Description
Category

Points

%

Description

Part II

Summary Paper:

Introduction

18

8%

The introduction includes the following.

· Introduction of self

· Chosen MSN specialty track

· Purpose for the presentation

Part II

Summary Paper:

Statement of Personal Leadership Style

45

20%

This section includes the following.

· Personal leadership style

· Explanation of your leadership style

Part II

Summary Paper:

Change Advocacy Statement

45

20%

This section includes the following.

· Statement describing the MSN track-specific issue requiring change for which you intend to advocate

· Rationale for the change

· Sufficient integration of scholarly literature to support the information presented

Provide support from current, peer-reviewed scholarly sources.

Part II

Summary Paper:

Conclusion

18

8%

The conclusion includes the following.

· Concluding statement regarding how your leadership style will impact and facilitate your role as an advocate for change

· Self-reflection on learning

Part II

Graduate-level Writing Style

27

12%

Graduate-level writing style is included, evidenced by integrating the following standards.

· Correct use of spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure

· Clarity, organization, and logical flow of ideas; accurate use of APA levels of headings

· APA format for citing and referencing sources

· No direct quotes are used within the assignment

· APA document format including margins, spacing, font style and size

· APA document structure including pagination, title page, reference page

· Congruence with APA mechanics of style (abbreviations, capitalization, italics, numbers, and use of figures or tables if applicable)

Quality of Literature Support

It is an expectation that a minimum of two peer-reviewed scholarly sources, current within 5 years, are included to support your work.

If the above expectation is not met, 6 points shall be deducted.

Length of Summary Paper

It is an expectation that the summary paper is no more than two pages in length.

If the above expectation is not met, 6 points shall be deducted.

Rubric

Week 7:Leadership Style & Change Advocacy Statement
Week 7:Leadership Style & Change Advocacy Statement
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart I: Video-recording
45 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary presentation of information evidenced by all content areas covered in a comprehensive and concise manner. All of the following are included: • Introduction • Personal leadership style • Change advocacy statement and succinct rationale • Conclusion regarding how your leadership style will facilitate change advocacy • Information is presented by the student face-to-face with the recording device, with no additional media used
41 pts

Accomplished

Accomplished presentation of information evidenced by most content covered in a comprehensive and concise manner, but with one area where coverage is superficial. All of the following are included: • Introduction • Personal leadership style • Change advocacy statement and succinct rationale • Conclusion regarding how your leadership style will facilitate change advocacy • Information is presented by the student face-to-face with the recording device, with no additional media used
37 pts
Average
Average presentation of information evidenced by content covered in a superficial manner in two or more of the content areas. All of the following are included: • Introduction • Personal leadership style • Change advocacy statement and succinct rationale • Conclusion regarding how your leadership style will facilitate change advocacy • Information is presented by the student face-to-face with the recording device, with no additional media used
34 pts
Marginally Acceptable
Marginally acceptable presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in one of the following: • Introduction • Personal leadership style • Change advocacy statement and succinct rationale • Conclusion regarding how your leadership style will facilitate change advocacy • Information is presented by the student face-to-face with the recording device, with no additional media used
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in two or more of the following: • Introduction • Personal leadership style • Change advocacy statement and succinct rationale • Conclusion regarding how your leadership style will facilitate change advocacy • Information is presented by the student face-to-face with the recording device, with no additional media used
45 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart I: Presentation Skills
27 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary presentation skills are evident, which meet all of the criteria below: • Clear, audible presentation • Use of correct grammar and professional tone • Logical, organized flow of information • Timing and flow of information is appropriately paced to allow the viewer/listener to process information presented • Eye contact with the video-recorder is maintained • Facial expressions and nonverbal communication are professional in nature • Very limited use of filler words (um, like, you know, etc.) • Professionally-appropriate attire
24 pts
Accomplished
Accomplished presentation skills are evident which fully meet at least 6 of the criteria below: • Clear, audible presentation • Use of correct grammar and professional tone • Logical, organized flow of information • Timing and flow of information is appropriately paced to allow the viewer/listener to process information presented • Eye contact with the video-recorder is maintained • Facial expressions and nonverbal communication are professional in nature • Very limited use of filler words (um, like, you know, etc.) • Professionally-appropriate attire
22 pts
Average
Average presentation skills are evident which meet at least 5 of the criteria below: • Clear, audible presentation • Use of correct grammar and professional tone • Logical, organized flow of information • Timing and flow of information is appropriately paced to allow the viewer/listener to process information presented • Eye contact with the video-recorder is maintained • Facial expressions and nonverbal communication are professional in nature • Very limited use of filler words (um, like, you know, etc.) • Professionally-appropriate attire
20 pts
Marginally Acceptable
Marginally acceptable presentation skills are evident which meet at least 4 of the criteria below: • Clear, audible presentation • Use of correct grammar and professional tone • Logical, organized flow of information • Timing and flow of information is appropriately paced to allow the viewer/listener to process information presented • Eye contact with the video-recorder is maintained • Facial expressions and nonverbal communication are professional in nature • Very limited use of filler words (um, like, you know, etc.) • Professionally-appropriate attire
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient presentation skills are evident which meet 3 or less of the criteria below: • Clear, audible presentation • Use of correct grammar and professional tone • Logical, organized flow of information • Timing and flow of information is appropriately paced to allow the viewer/listener to process information presented • Eye contact with the video-recorder is maintained • Facial expressions and nonverbal communication are professional in nature • Very limited use of filler words (um, like, you know, etc.) • Professionally-appropriate attire
27 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart II: Summary Paper
Introduction
18 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary presentation of information evidenced by all content areas covered in a comprehensive and concise manner. All of the following are included: • Introduction of self • Chosen MSN specialty track • Purpose for the presentation
16 pts
Accomplished
Accomplished presentation of information evidenced by most content covered in a comprehensive and concise manner, but with one area where coverage is superficial. All of the following are included: • Introduction of self • Chosen MSN specialty track • Purpose for the presentation
15 pts
Average
Average presentation of information evidenced by content covered in a superficial manner in two or more of the content areas. All of the following are included: • Introduction of self • Chosen MSN specialty track • Purpose for the presentation
13 pts
Marginally Acceptable
Marginally acceptable presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in one of the following: • Introduction of self • Chosen MSN specialty track • Purpose for the presentation
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in two or more of the following: • Introduction of self • Chosen MSN specialty track • Purpose for the presentation
18 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart II: Summary Paper
Statement of Personal Leadership Style
45 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary presentation of information evidenced by all content areas covered in a comprehensive and concise manner. All of the following are included: • Personal leadership style • Explanation of your leadership style
41 pts
Accomplished
Accomplished presentation of information evidenced by most content covered in a comprehensive and concise manner, but with one area where coverage is superficial. All of the following are included: • Personal leadership style • Explanation of your leadership style
37 pts
Average
Average presentation of information evidenced by content covered in a superficial manner in two or more of the content areas. All of the following are included: • Personal leadership style • Explanation of your leadership style
34 pts
Marginally Acceptable
Marginally acceptable presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in one of the following: • Personal leadership style • Explanation of your leadership style
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in two or more of the following: • Personal leadership style • Explanation of your leadership style
45 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart II: Summary Paper
Change Advocacy Statement
45 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary presentation of information evidenced by all content areas covered in a comprehensive and concise manner. All of the following are included: • Statement describing the MSN track-specific issue requiring change for which you intend to advocate • Rationale for the change • Sufficient integration of scholarly literature to support information presented
41 pts
Accomplished
Accomplished presentation of information evidenced by most content covered in a comprehensive and concise manner, but with one area where coverage is superficial. All of the following are included: • Statement describing the MSN track-specific issue requiring change for which you intend to advocate • Rationale for the change • Sufficient integration of scholarly literature to support the information presented
37 pts
Average
Average presentation of information evidenced by content covered in a superficial manner in two or more of the content areas. All of the following are included: • Statement describing the MSN track-specific issue requiring change for which you intend to advocate • Rationale for the change • Sufficient integration of scholarly literature to support the information presented
34 pts
Marginally Acceptable
Marginally acceptable presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in one of the following: • Statement describing the MSN track-specific issue requiring change for which you intend to advocate • Rationale for the change • Sufficient integration of scholarly literature to support the information presented
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in two or more of the following: • Statement describing the MSN track-specific issue requiring change for which you intend to advocate • Rationale for the change • Sufficient integration of scholarly literature to support information presented
45 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePart II: Summary Paper
Conclusion
18 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary presentation of information evidenced by all content areas covered in a comprehensive and concise manner. All of the following are included: • Concluding statement regarding how your leadership style will impact and facilitate your role as an advocate for change • Self-reflection of learning
16 pts
Accomplished
Accomplished presentation of information evidenced by most content covered in a comprehensive and concise manner, but with one area where coverage is superficial. All of the following are included: • Concluding statement regarding how your leadership style will impact and facilitate your role as an advocate for change • Self-reflection of learning
15 pts
Average
Average presentation of information evidenced by content covered in a superficial manner in two or more of the content areas. All of the following are included: • Concluding statement regarding how your leadership style will impact and facilitate your role as an advocate for change • Self-reflection of learning
13 pts
Marginally Acceptable
Marginally acceptable presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in one of the following: • Concluding statement regarding how your leadership style will impact and facilitate your role as an advocate for change • Self-reflection of learning
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient presentation of information evidenced by content that is limited, missing, or unsatisfactory in two or more of the following: • Concluding statement regarding how your leadership style will impact and facilitate your role as an advocate for change • Self-reflection of learning
18 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGraduate Level Writing Style
27 pts
Exemplary
Exemplary graduate level writing style is evident, which meets all of the criteria below: • Correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure • Exceptional writing style with clarity, flow, and organization of information throughout the paper, including accurate use of APA levels of headings • APA format for citing and referencing sources • APA document format including margins, spacing, font style and size • APA document structure including pagination, title page, reference page • Congruence with APA mechanics of style (abbreviations, capitalization, italics, numbers, and use of figures or tables if applicable) • No direct quotes are used in this assignment. • Use of first person is limited to the self-reflection portion of the conclusion (unless otherwise noted in the assignment instructions)
24 pts
Accomplished
Accomplished graduate-level writing style is evident which meets at least 6 of the criteria below: • No more than 2 errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure • No more than 2 errors in writing style with clarity, flow, and organization of information throughout the paper, including accurate use of APA levels of headings • No more than 2 errors in APA format for citing and referencing sources • No more than 2 errors in APA document format including margins, spacing, font style and font size • No more than 2 errors in APA document structure including pagination, title page, and reference page • No more than 2 errors in APA mechanics of style (abbreviations, capitalization, italics, numbers, and use of figures or tables if applicable) • No direct quotes are used in this assignment. • Use of first person is limited to the self-reflection portion of the conclusion (unless otherwise noted in the assignment instructions)
22 pts
Average
Average graduate-level writing style is evident which meets at least 4 of the criteria below: • No more than 2 errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure • No more than 2 errors in writing style with clarity, flow, and organization of information throughout the paper, including accurate use of APA levels of headings • No more than 2 errors in APA format for citing and referencing sources • No more than 2 errors in APA document format including margins, spacing, font style and font size • No more than 2 errors in APA document structure including pagination, title page, and reference page • No more than 2 errors in APA mechanics of style (abbreviations, capitalization, italics, numbers, and use of figures or tables if applicable) • No direct quotes are used in this assignment. • Use of first person is limited to the self-reflection portion of the conclusion (unless otherwise noted in the assignment instructions)
20 pts

Marginally Acceptable

Marginally acceptable graduate-level writing is evident which meets at least 2 of the criteria below: • No more than 2 errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure • No more than 2 errors in writing style with clarity, flow, and organization of information throughout the paper, including accurate use of APA levels of headings • No more than 2 errors in APA format for citing and referencing sources • No more than 2 errors in APA document format including margins, spacing, font style and font size • No more than 2 errors in APA document structure including, pagination, title page, and reference page • No more than 2 errors in APA mechanics of style (abbreviations, capitalization, italics, numbers, and use of figures or tables if applicable) • No direct quotes are used in this assignment. • Use of first person is limited to the self-reflection portion of the conclusion (unless otherwise noted in the assignment instructions)
0 pts
Insufficient
Insufficient graduate-level writing style is evident which meets 1 or less of the criteria below: • No more than 2 errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence and paragraph structure • No more than 2 errors in writing style with clarity, flow, and organization of information throughout the paper, including accurate use of APA levels of headings • No more than 2 errors in APA format for citing and referencing sources • No more than 2 errors in APA document format including margins, spacing, font style and font size • No more than 2 errors in APA document structure including, pagination, title page, and reference page • No more than 2 errors in APA mechanics of style (abbreviations, capitalization, italics, numbers, and use of figures or tables if applicable) • No direct quotes are used in this assignment. • Use of first person is limited to the self-reflection portion of the conclusion (unless otherwise noted in the assignment instructions)
27 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuality of Literature Support
0 pts
0 Points Deducted
A minimum of two peer-reviewed scholarly sources, current within five years, are integrated within the assignment.
0 pts
6 Points Deducted
The assignment fails to meet the requirement noted for quality of literature support.
0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength of Video Recording
0 pts
0 Points Deducted
The length of the video-recording portion of the assignment is at least one and no more than three minutes in length.
0 pts
6 Points Deducted
The assignment fails to meet the requirement noted for total length.
0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength of Summary Paper
0 pts
0 Points Deducted
The length of the paper portion of the assignment is no more than two pages in length. Total page count does not include title or reference pages.
0 pts
6 Points Deducted
The assignment fails to meet the requirement noted for total length.
0 pts
Total Points: 225

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