MNG03217 Personal Leadership Model - Essay

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MNG03217: ASSESSMENT 3 – REFLECTIVE ESSAYLeadership in BusinessPersonal Leadership Model
MNG03217: ASSESSMENT 3 – REFLECTIVE ESSAYMNG03217: Assessment 3 – Reflective Essay 30%STUDENT COPYMarking CriteriaMNG03217: Assessment 3 – Reflective Essay 30%NAME:Student ID:Marking CriterionNSPCDHDIdentifies and presents the STUDENT’S OWNperspective and position. (6)See Marking Rubric belowIdentifies and assesseskey assumptions.(7)See Marking Rubric belowIdentifies and considers the influence of thecontext*. (6)See Marking Rubric belowIdentifies and assessesconclusions, implications and consequences. (7)See Marking Rubric belowPresentation: (4)Times New Roman font, 12-point font-size, 1.5 or double-spaced linespacing, 2.54 cm margins and 1-line spacing between paragraphs.Within +/– 10% of word limit.Demonstrates clear and coherent writing style in first or third personperspective.Demonstrates detailed attention to essay structure, expression,spelling, punctuation and grammar.Provides minimum five (5) references, correctly formatted in-text andin List of References in Harvard style.Grade:Comment:MNG03217: Assignment 3 Marking RubricNot SatisfactoryPassCreditDistinctionHigh Distinction1. Identifies and presents the STUDENT’S OWNperspective and positionas it is important to the analysis of theissue. (6)Addresses a single sourceor view of the argumentIdentifies own position onthe issue, relative toIdentifies, appropriatelyown position on theIdentifies,appropriately, one’sIdentifies,appropriately, one’s
MNG03217: ASSESSMENT 3 – REFLECTIVE ESSAYand fails to clarify theestablished or presentedposition relative to one’sown.Fails to establish othercritical distinctions.other positions but doesnot provide supportingevidence for the position.Fails to acknowledge thepossible validity of otherpositions.issue, drawing supportfrom experience, andinformation from coursematerials.Recognizes that thereare other valid points ofview.own position on theissue, drawing supportfrom experience, andinformation availablefrom course materials.Recognizes other validpoints of view andcounter-arguments thatmay be made.own position on theissue, drawing supportfrom experience, andadditional informationnot available fromassigned sources.Recognizes other validpoints of view andcounter-arguments thatmay be made andresponds to them.2.Identifies and assesses thekey assumptions.(7)Does not surface theassumptions and ethicalissues that underlie theissue, or does sosuperficially.Identifies some, but notall, of the assumptionsthat have been made intheir analysis. Onlysuperficially considers thevalidity of thoseassumptions.Identifies theassumptions made intheir analysis andconsiders their validity,yet fails to surfaceimportant ethical issues.Identifies the validity ofthe key assumptionsand ethical dimensionsthat underlie the issue.Identifies and addressesthe validity of the keyassumptions and ethicaldimensions thatunderlie the issue.3. Identifies and considers the influence of thecontext* on the issue. (6)Discusses the problem onlyin egocentric or socio-centric terms. Does notpresent the problem ashaving connections toother contexts—cultural,political, etc.Recognizes theimportance of issues suchas ethical, political andcultural elements relatedto the task but does notdiscuss their impact.Recognizes theimportance of issuessuch as ethical, politicaland cultural elementsrelated to the task anddiscusses their impact.Analyses the issueconsidering relevantcontexts, but fails toconsider one importantcontext.Analyses the issue witha clear sense of scopeand context, includinganassessment of theaudienceof theanalysis. Considersother pertinentcontexts.4. Identifies and assessesconclusions, implications and consequences. (7)Fails to identifyconclusions, implications,and consequences of theissue or the keyrelationships between theother elements of theproblem, such as context,implications, assumptions,or data and evidence.Draws incompleteconclusions or considersonly some of theconsequences of theconclusions.Fails to reconsiderassumptions identifiedearlier. Fails to reflectupon own work.Draws satisfactoryconclusions andconsiders some of theconsequences of theconclusions.Reconsidersassumptions identifiedearlier and reflects uponown work.Identifies and discussesconclusions,implications, andconsequences. Partiallyconsiders context,assumptions, data, andevidence. Reflects upontheir own assertions.Identifies and discussesconclusions,implications, andconsequencesconsidering context,assumptions, data, andevidence. Objectivelyreflects upon their ownassertions.5. Formats and presents essayclearly and correctly. (4)
MNG03217: ASSESSMENT 3 – REFLECTIVE ESSAYIncorrect font, font-size,line spacing, margins andno line spacing betweenparagraphs. Word countnot within +/– 10% of wordlimit. Unclear andincoherent writing style infirst or third personperspective. Poor essaystructure, expression,spelling, punctuation andgrammar. Provides lessthan five (5) sources,incorrect formatting in-textand in List of References.Does not use HarvardReferencing style correctly.Adequate standard offormatting. Word count iswithin +/– 10% of wordlimit. Unprofessionalwriting style in first orthird person perspective.Adequate essaystructure, expression,spelling, punctuation andgrammar. Uses HarvardReferencing style mostlycorrectly. Providesminimum (5) sources butincorrect formatting in-text and in List ofReferences.Sound standard offormatting. Word countis within +/– 10% ofword limit. Mostly clearwriting style in first orthird personperspective. Adequateessay structure,expression, spelling,punctuation andgrammar. Uses HarvardReferencing stylecorrectly. Providesminimum (5) sources,mostly correctformatting in-text and inList of References.Mostly correctformatting throughout.Within +/– 10% of wordlimit. Coherent writingstyle in first or thirdperson perspective.Mostly correct essaystructure, expression,spelling, punctuationand grammar. Providesminimum five (5)references, correctlyformatted in-text and inList of References inHarvard style.Correct formattingthroughout. Within +/–10% of word limit.Clear and coherentwriting style in first orthird personperspective. Detailedattention to essaystructure, expression,spelling, punctuationand grammar. Providesminimum five (5)references, correctlyformatted in-text and inList of References inHarvard style.*Contexts for considerationCultural/social:Group, national,ethnic behaviour/attitudeScientific:Conceptual, basicscience, scientific methodTechnological:Appliedscience, engineeringPolitical:Organizational orgovernmentalEducational:Schooling, formaltrainingEconomic:Trade, businessconcerns, costsEthical:ValuesPersonal Experience:Personalobservation, informal character
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