Real-life leadership issue

Real-life leadership issue

Write a mini case relating to a real-life leadership issue which you have observed and/or were involved in. In this mini case, you should also analyse this leadership issue. You can recommend a course of action or alternatively, explain why you affirm the decision or action steps taken.
Part 1: Narrative (40 marks)
Part II: Analysis (60 marks)

1. It should be in the form of a narrative (story). You should write it in past tense.

2. IT MUST BE BASED ON A REAL-LIFE SITUATION WHICH YOU HAD
OBSERVED OR IN WHICH YOU WERE INVOLVED.

3. You should state the time period, the organization and the industry so as to provide a
context for the narrative.

4. There should be a protagonist who is in a leadership position. The protagonist could
be you. There should only be one protagonist.

5. There is a problem that requires a leadership decision and action.

(a) Explain the problem and its cause. Demonstrate that there is a wider context to
the situation by discussing how it affects the stakeholders.

(b) Describe the trigger event that brings the problem to the foreground.

6. The story can be about the decision that was already made or yet to be made by the
protagonist.

7. You should explain why making a decision would present a dilemma to the
protagonist. For example, the decision may result in unfavourable consequences to
some of the stakeholders but still be greatly beneficial to others.

8. You can disguise your case
Part II: Analysis (60 marks)

The analysis should be about 600 words.

Select two theoretical frameworks (ie, two leadership theories) to analyse your case. CHOOSE TWO LEADERSHIP THEORIES
– Style Approach
– Situational Approach
– Path-Goal Theory
– Leader-Member Exchange Theory
– Team Leadership
Describe the key elements of the theories. Using the selected theories, you should analyze:
Cite the reference and source for the theory based on its strengths and weaknesses + extract the key elements of the theories and then apply those two theories on the analysis.
1. the good and bad points about the protagonist’s leadership behaviour (or lack thereof);

2. (if the protagonist had made a decision) whether that decision made was a good one.
Provide reasons for your views; and

3. (if the protagonist had not made a decision) how the problem should be resolved.
Provide reasons for your recommendations.

In your analysis, you should refer to:

(a) the problem which requires a decision from the protagonist;

(b) the impact of the problem (and the decision) on the stakeholders;

(c) the external and internal environment affecting the protagonist and the stakeholders
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