INTERPERSONAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS

CASE STUDY: INTERPERSONAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEW
In this Case Study, student will apply the Statesmanship model discussed in Module 1: Week 1 to a real, specific public administration context. In other words, choose an organization that has a real-life issue or a situation they are currently dealing with. Describe what happened in as much detail as necessary. Next, apply the statesmanship model discussed Module 1: Week 1 to this situation. The overarching idea of statesmanship is the call for moral character. In the context of this assignment, how can this model be applied to the situation at hand? The student will discuss what type of interpersonal skills are needed to effectively administer statesmanship in that context? Remember to also discuss the importance of the following:
• Importance of Emotional Intelligence
• Covenant INSTRUCTIONS
• Case Study scenarios must be taken from documented (published) public administration contexts; no hypotheticals are allowed.
o Students can focus on one public administration organization or may refer to a particular situation (well-documented by the research) that public administrators faced during an actual event(s).
• All ideas shared by student should be supported with sound reason and citations from the required readings and presentations, and additional resources.
• Paper should be 4-5 double-spaced pages of content in length (this does not include title page or reference pages).
o Paper should be in current APA format.
o Headings should be included and must conform to the content categories listed (i.e., Statesmanship Model, Interpersonal Skills, Emotional Intelligence, etc.).
• 3-5 additional scholarly sources must be used. They need to be scholarly and provide relevant public administration theory and practices.
• All required reading and presentations from the assigned reading must be cited.
• Integrate biblical principles within the analysis of the paper.
• Unacceptable sources (Wikipedia, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and websites).
• Acceptable sources (scholarly articles published within the last eight years).Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.Readings from Module 1:
Denhardt, R. B., Denhardt, J. V.,