In this first Individual Assignment, you will take a step towards cultivating your path by developing the beginning of your personal and professional development plan. This plan will be a component of your Final Project, in which you will fully develop your personal and professional goals in public health leadership, and you will conceive an action plan for achieving them. For Unit 1 though, your task is to identify your goals and consider some of the potential ways you will achieve them.
To complete this Individual Assignment:
Submit a paper in which you address the following:
◾Describe the leadership attributes you aspire to. Include your reasoning on why you selected these attributes in relation to your role in public health.
◾Describe the leadership attributes you hope to avoid in your career. Justify why you find these attributes undesirable or potentially problematic.
◾Explain how you can work to achieve those attributes to which you aspire.
◾Explain how you can work to avoid those attributes you shun.
◾You should fully state and justify any choices or assumptions that you make using the suggested resources for this unit as well as your own research. Include references to any sources you have used. All sources should be cited using Harvard Referencing Style.
personally I am a family physician doing master in PUBLIC HEALTH .
Here are some reference resource u should use to make this assignment
Merson, M. H., R. E. Black, & A. J. Mills, (2012) Global Health: Diseases, Programs, Systems, and Policies, Burlington: Jones & Bartlett Learning, pp. 690-699
Day, M., D. Shickle, K. Smith, K. Zakariasen, T. Oliver, & J. Moskol, (2012) Time for Heroes: Public Health Leadership in the 21st Century, The Lancet, 380 (9849) pp. 1205-206
Time for Heroes: Public Health Leadership in the 21st Century by Day, M., Shickle, D., & Smith, K., in Lancet, 380(9849). Copyright 2012 by Elsevier Health Science Journals. Reprinted by permission of Elsevier Health Science Journals via the Copyright Clearance Center.
Gray, M., (2009) Public Health Leadership: Creating the Culture for the Twenty-First Century, Journal of Public Health, 31 (2) pp. 208-209
Public health leadership: Creating the culture for the twenty-first century by Gray, M., in the Journal of Public Health, 31(20). Copyright 2009 by Oxford University Press-Journals. Reprinted by permission of Oxford University Press-Journals via the Copyright Clearance Center.
Lawton, L., (2013) Public Health and Crisis Leadership in the 21st Century, Perspectives in Public Health, 133 (3) pp. 144-145
Public health and crisis leadership in the 21st century by Lawton, L., in Perspectives in Public Health, 133(3). Copyright 2013 by Sage Publications Ltd. Reprinted by permission of Sage Publications Ltd. via the Copyright Clearance Center.
Rowitz, L.,(1997) Inner World to the Future: Leaders’ Perspective on the Future, Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 3 (4) pp. 68-71
Inner world to the future: Leaders’ perspective on the future by Lawton, L., in the Journal of public health management, 3(4). Copyright 1997 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Inc.-Journals. Reprinted by permission of Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Inc. via the Copyright Clearance Center
Gatherer, A., A. Fraser, P. Hayton, & L. Moller, (2010) ‘Public Health Leadership, Social Justice and the Socially Marginalised’, Public Health, 124 (11) pp. 617-619
Koh, H. K., & M. Jacobson, (2009) ‘Fostering Public Health Leadership’, Journal of Public Health, 31 (2) pp. 199-201
Leeder, S. R., S. U. Raymond, & H. M. Greenberg, (2007) ‘The Need for Leadership in Global Health’, Medical Journal of Australia, 187 (9) pp. 532-535
Purdue Online Writing Lab, (No Date) Safe Practices, [Online]. Available at: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/589/03/ (accessed: 07/02/14) .
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