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Evaluate three weaknesses of your leadership, using the chosen scholarly leadership theory,

For this task, you will conduct an evaluation of your personal leadership effectiveness. You will write a paper evaluating your own leadership using a scholarly leadership theory. To help you refine your own leadership skills, you will develop at least two SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound) goals as part of your evaluation. A.  Provide a PDF copy of your Signature Themes report after completing the CliftonStrengths assessment.  1.  Reflect on the results of the five categorical strengths from your CliftonStrengths assessment, including what those results might indicate about your leadership.   B.  Evaluate your leadership, using one of the scholarly leadership theories below, by doing the following:    transformational leadership    transactional leadership    situational leadership    participative leadership    servant leadership    behavioral leadership    trait theory of leadership

1.  Evaluate three strengths of your leadership, using the chosen scholarly leadership theory, including how each strength relates to the theory. Support the evaluation of your strengths with at least one scholarly source.

2.  Evaluate three weaknesses of your leadership, using the chosen scholarly leadership theory, including how each weakness relates to the theory. Support the evaluation of your weaknesses with at least one scholarly source. 3.  Recommend three actionable items to improve the effectiveness of your leadership, including how each actionable item relates to the chosen scholarly leadership theory. Support the recommendations of actionable items with at least one scholarly source.    

C.  Discuss two short-term goals that will help improve your leadership. Adhere to the SMART criteria for each goal: specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound. 1.  Discuss at least two specific actions you will take to reach each of the SMART goals discussed in part C.   D.  Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.   E.  Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.