Write a 5-page essay that integrates your understanding through your reading of The Loudest Duck (Liswood, 2010). See the guidelines for writing your paper (below).
Introduction: Write a statement of purpose for your paper and introduce the major points you will address.
Main Body of Paper: Reflect on your reading of the book by answering these questions:
Be sure to include reflections on how your perspective has changed through your reading and discussions with your classmates and colleagues.
Conclusions and Recommendations – What have you learned from your reading and this paper reflection? How will it change how you make decisions as an organizational leader?
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: This is a formal term paper for this course. Be sure to include a cover page with the title of the assignment, course name, your name, and date. If you use material from references in your paper, be sure to cite them using APA format. Use 12-pt Times New Roman font and double-space. Be sure to include page numbers. Also, check your work for spelling and grammar before your submit it.
Guidelines for Writing Papers at the Graduate Level
Success Tip: Your papers are written communication of your thoughts and ideas. If you want your audience to understand your ideas and be persuaded to take action in support of them, you need to convey your thoughts in ways that make it easy for your audience to follow your train of thought. This means presenting your ideas in an organized way and developing a voice of an organizational leader (as opposed to an individual contributor).
For your papers, start with an outline that addresses the major questions posed in the assignment. At the graduate level, your written assignments (papers) are to be presented in APA Style (Union Institute and University’s standard format). Be sure to check your work for grammar and spelling, as well as formatting (12 point, double space, Times New Roman) before submitting assignments to your professor. In general your papers should have the following:
Title Page: Title of the Assignment, Your Name, Date Submitted, Course Name, Professor Name, University Name
Body of the Paper: