reflective essay on a situational change

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write a reflective essay which describes a situational change that I experienced from being a sales assistant to a department manager at sports direct. below is help on completing each section with what is required within them. what is written below is a MUST!!!!! please message me for any other information.

1. A brief introduction to the situation you wanted to change (+/-200 words).

This section should introduce the change challenge you faced.

Include specific detail about the situation:

o What was the initial situation/problem?

o Where and when did it take place?

o What was your role?

o Who were the key people involved?

2. A critical analysis of your own leadership capabilities in the situation (+/- 800 words).

This section of your paper should focus on the analysis of your leadership capabilities in the chosen change situation. For your analysis, it is required that you apply TWO leadership theories/topics = use Relationship and Task

What exactly did you want to change?

Why did you consider the change necessary?

What was your goal? What needed to happen in order for the change to take place?

Were you successful in bringing about change?

If so, what leadership capabilities do you have that were valuable to making change?

If not, what leadership capabilities did you lack to make the change happen?

What have you learned about your leadership capabilities through this experience?

3. A leadership development plan (+/- 200 words)

In this section of your reflective essay you have the opportunity to develop an action plan to become a more effective leader. Your plan must include TWO distinct actions.

It is recommended that you:

 Develop a specific, realistic and feasible action plan that can help you develop your leadership capabilities. Your action plan should clearly derive from your previous analysis.

 Focus on future events, do not discuss “what you should have done”, but concentrate on what would you do in a similar situation in the future.

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