Personal Leadership Portfolio
Build off case study which is attached
The final course deliverable, the personal leadership portfolio, is created by incorporating targeted leadership knowledge development, self-assessment assignments, and homeland security or public safety leadership analysis. The portfolio represents a personal understanding and plan of public safety leadership based on the course research, textbooks, module content, conferences, reports, simulation, and your leadership performance.
The process requires weekly demonstration of leadership knowledge development through discussion opportunities and leadership self-assessment assignments. The submissions are assessed for accuracy and completeness against project requirements and ensure that the development of leadership knowledge, assessment, and analysis provides a maximum foundation for the sequential portfolio development. The completed personal leadership portfolio correlates with professional homeland security and public safety leadership best practices, resulting in a tangible product that can become a base for future leadership development.
The personal leadership portfolio will be a paper of at least 12 pages (not including the cover and reference page, and attachments), presented in APA (6th edition) format, and structured so as to cover all of the following topics:
· presentation and discussion of academic and anecdotal resource materials
· deconstruction of current homeland security or public safety leadership
· identification of acceptable and effective professional homeland security or public safety leadership principles
· collation of data from personal leadership self-assessment assignments
· comparison and contrast of self-assessment data, to include applicability, with best practices and identified leadership principles
· presentation and discussion of future personal leadership development and opportunity
What hinders effective presidential management? Are all presidents focused on effective presidential management? In your opinion, is one factor greater than another? Can you provide some examples of how Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush were effective presidential managers?
2. According to the text, even though most government programs work well most of the time, Americans tend to be disappointed with government due to their high expectations about government on one hand and their revolutionary roots on the other hand.