Essay 3: Analysis of IES domains and assessment
Essay 3: Analysis of IES domains and assessment
Write a 2-4 page analysis of IES domains and assessment frameworks in relation to global leadership effectiveness, and use that analysis to create a 1-2 page personal global leadership plan with goals to strengthen personal cross-cultural leadership capabilities.
INTRODUCTION
OVERVIEW
Through the completion of the Intercultural Effectiveness Scale (IES), the Global Leadership Inventory, and your own experiences, course readings, and research, you will reflect upon and analyze your areas of strength, identifying capabilities for development in order to improve your cross-cultural communication as a global leader in the form of a leadership plan.
DEMONSTRATION OF PROFICIENCY
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria:
Competency 1: Analyze aspects of leading and working in global and diverse environments.
Analyze the six domains of the IES in terms of their applicability to global leadership effectiveness.
Competency 3: Analyze ways in which leaders and followers make personal and professional adjustments as they work in complex environments.
Analyze the assessment frameworks in terms of personal effectiveness in working with people from other countries and cultures.
Identify personal skills to develop for working more effectively with people from other countries and cultures.
Develop a personal global leadership plan with goals to strengthen personal cross-cultural leadership capabilities.
Competency 4: Communicate effectively in a professional manner.
Communicate in a professional manner, using scholarly resources that support the analysis through clear, concise, well-organized, and grammatically correct writing that incorporates appropriate APA style conventions.
PREPARATIONIntercultural Effectiveness Scale (IES)
Before starting the assessment, take the Intercultural Effectiveness Scale (IES), which is a Web-based assessment that will provide you with information on a set of values and competencies to help you understand your preferences and learn to be a more effective global leader and manager. Before taking the IES, think about whether you consider yourself low, moderate, or high in areas focused on continuous learning (for example, self-awareness and exploration); interpersonal engagement (including global mindset and relationship interest); and hardiness (characteristics such as positive regard and emotional resilience).
Review the results of the IES, which will be sent to you after you complete the inventory.
Read How to Interpret and Get the Most Value from Your IES Report [PDF].
Global Leadership Inventory
View the following to assess your leadership skills. You will use the results in your assessment. Essay 3: Analysis of IES domains and assessment
Global Leadership Inventory | Transcript.
ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS
Create a personal global leadership development plan by analyzing your IES results, your Global Leadership Inventory, course resources, and your own research. Include the following parts.
Analysis (2–4 pages)
In a written narrative, include the following:
Analyze the six domains of the IES in terms of their applicability to global leadership effectiveness.
Focus on self-awareness, exploration, global mindset, relationship interest, positive regard, and emotional resilience.
Analyze the assessment frameworks in terms of personal effectiveness in working with people from other countries and cultures.
Identify personal skills to develop for working more effectively with people from other countries and cultures.
IES SCORES (1 PAGE)Include your IES scores in a 1-page table format.
DEVELOPMENT PLAN (1–2 PAGES)In a table format, develop a personal global leadership plan with goals to strengthen personal cross-cultural leadership capabilities.
List three goals, and be as specific as you can in describing how you might work to meet those goals.
Your analysis and plan should be written coherently to support a central idea, with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics as expected of a business professional.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
References: Support your analysis with at least four scholarly resources. Use at least two references from the course resources and at least two from your own research.
Length: 4–7 full pages, in addition to the references list.
Written communication: Demonstrate graduate-level writing skills through concise communication of thoughts that convey the overall goals of the analysis and do not detract from the message.
Formatting: Use APA formatting throughout, including correct in-text citations, proper punctuation, double spacing, proper headings and subheadings, no extra line spaces before headings and subheadings, proper paragraph and block indentation, no bolding, one-inch margins all around, and no bullets.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
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