SOCW 6070 wk 10 Final Project: Leadership Assessment

Earlier in the course, you were asked to informally evaluate your leadership skills and qualities. In this Final Project, you use formal assessment tools to identify your areas of strength and areas in which you need further development. You may use the results of this self-assessment to develop a plan to gain the skills and experiences that will help you move toward achieving your short- and long-term professional goals and objectives.

Using the assessment tools provided in Introduction to Leadership: Concepts and Practice, conduct a self-assessment of your own leadership characteristics, style, and skills. Complete at least four assessment tools for this self-assessment (I have attached what assessment tools I used and the results. In addition, select one tool to give to a colleague or supervisor so he or she can assess your leadership skills.

Final Project (2–4 pages in APA format 7th addition) 

feedback from instructor last essay: As you continue to submit paper assignments in this class there are two basic elements that I need you to add to your paper. The first is the purpose or intent of your paper added to your first paragraph. The second is a conclusion at end of your paper which summarize your major points and the impact that the issue will have on the practice of social work. You simply say in conclusion and then you make your final remarks.

Evaluate your current leadership characteristics, style, and skills based on the assessment tools you and your colleague/supervisor completed. Be sure to:

Include actual results or summaries of the results you collected using these tools (attached)

Identify personal leadership strengths as well as areas for improvement (attached)

Include references to the leadership concepts covered in this course and relevant issues related to ethics, diversity, and power in the organizational setting


Lauffer, A. (2011). Understanding your social agency (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: Sage.

Northouse, P. G. (2018). Introduction to leadership: Concepts and practice (4th ed.). Washington, DC: Sage.