Critique theories, styles, approaches and strategies of leadership in public health

This assessment addresses the following learning outcomes:1. Critique theories, styles, approaches and strategies of leadership in public health2. Analyse the influence of diversity on leadership (gender, culture, professional discipline and community)3. Evaluate personal leadership strengths and areas for improvement through analysis of public health leadership frameworksIn this assignment, you will be provided a scenario (problem) involving a public health leader that you will need to analyse using the knowledge gained from this subject for 3 modules. Subsequently, immersing yourself in the scenario, you will evaluate yourself as a public health leader. (Note: Scenario will be provided after Module 2).You will be writing a 2000-word report in three parts, as follows:Part 1: Analyse the scenario of the public health leader, presented in the Australian public health context using the Australian Health Leadership Framework [ 1000 words ](Australian Health Leadership Framework: )Part 2: Undertake a self-assessment using the Leadership self-assessment tool [ 500 words ] Summarise your results.Part 3: Imagine yourself to be in the situation. Reflect on your leadership style, its strengths, and apply them to this scenario. How would you have responded to the situation based on the self-evaluation in part 2? Where do you see the gaps in your profile? Prepare an action plan. [500 words]Assessment Criteria:Your graded assignment will be assessed against the following specific criteria: Demonstrated ability to analyse public health leadership scenario in the context, applying the Australian Health Leadership Framework to the scenario presented (40%)· Demonstrated ability to self-assess leadership style, summarise and critique (10%)· Demonstrated ability to contextualise, reflect on leadership style, assess gaps and prepare an action plan for improvement (30%)· General assessment criteria (20%):·o Provides a lucid introductiono Shows a sophisticated understanding of the key issueso Shows ability to interpret relevant information and literature in relation to chosen topico Demonstrates a capacity to explain and apply relevant conceptso Shows evidence of reading beyond the required readingso Justifies any conclusions reached with well-formed arguments and not merely assertionso Provides a conclusion or summaryo Correctly uses academic writing, presentation and grammar: Complies with academic standards of legibility, referencing and bibliographical details (including reference list)§ Writes clearly, with accurate spelling and grammar as well as proper sentence and paragraph construction§ Uses appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research§

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