This paper will examine the personal growth I have achieved during this class. It will examine the strength and weakness and how they related to innovation and leadership. Risk taking as well as creativity and flexibility will be examined. Defining a problem and or process in my personal life will be looked at as well. Assess risk and creativity could be considered parts of being an innovator. We all take risk each day but to do it in a way that helps create new ideas is what set the innovators apart from the rest of the field. The other part of this paper will examine the innovation plan and how it can be implemented. The innovation plan will include a problem or process that I have in my personal or professional life and how innovation is used to help solve the problem. It will also look at concepts that can be applied from the text to improve the process or solve my problem. One of the last things the paper will touch on is the concepts of applying the four factors to improve the process and solving the problem. Then there will be a conclusion to my paper to wrap up what has been learned over the last five weeks. So the first part of this paper will assess my strengths and weakness related to innovation and leadership. As I start writing about this I try to think of what those strengths and weaknesses could be. It will be interesting to see what happens next.
Assessment of Strengths and Weakness
The first part of the paper will examine the strengths and also the weakness that I have relating to innovation and leadership. So we look at the strengths to see how they are in correlation with others parts of leadership. One of my biggest strengths is the ability to work with others and help them take ownership of a problem or process. Innovation plays its part because I always try and tell my coworkers to use innovation to help make their job, also to come up with ways to do their job but still do quality works, find a...
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Rendell, D.J. (2007). Four Factors of Effective Leadership. Mount Olive: Mount Olive College Press.
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