Provide an in-depth coverage of the concept of leadership, supported by a wide range of leadership theories and models, which will be insightfully applied to specific situations that you have personal experience of. – Show insightful appreciation of different contexts and how leadership needs to adapt to the needs of key stakeholders and the wider situation. – Show creative/innovative thought and incorporate modern leadership theory, accurately relating this to a suitable context related to personal experience or learning.

Complete five (5) pieces of reflective writing that may be based on lectures, seminar
activities, recommended videos and/or readings that have been undertaken during the
module. A list of themes is provided below to ensure that you are able to meet the learning
outcomes.
(16 Marks per piece of reflective writing).
Part B:
10% of the total marks.
Max 1,000 words
Complete a personal statement identifying how you have met the learning outcomes for
this module through your reflective writing.
(10 Marks)
Part C:
10% of the total marks.
Max 5 minutes
Prepare and record an individual presentation chosen from one of your reflective writing
pieces that demonstrates effective speaking and non-verbal communication techniques.
(10 Marks)

Attachments:BPP Coursework Cover Sheet
Please use the table below as your cover sheet for the 1st page of the submission. The sheet should
be before the cover/title page of your submission.
Programme
BSc Professional Accounting and Finance
BSc Business Management
BSc Business Management with Finance
BSc Business Management [Online]
Module name Leadership
Schedule Term Term 6
Student Reference Number (SRN)
Report/Assignment Title Leadership Summative Assessment
Date of Submission
(Please attach the confirmation of any
extension received)
Copy and paste the URL for your video presentation below:
Presentation video URL
Declaration of Original Work:
I hereby declare that I have read and understood BPP’s regulations on plagiarism and that this is my
original work, researched, undertaken, completed and submitted in accordance with the requirements
of BPP School of Business and Technology.
The word count, excluding contents table, bibliography and appendices, is ___ words.
Student Reference Number: Date:
By submitting this coursework you agree to all rules and regulations of BPP regarding assessments
and awards for programmes. Please note, submission is your declaration you are fit to sit.
BPP University reserves the right to use all submitted work for educational purposes and may
request that work be published for a wider audience.
BPP School of Business and Technology
Programme: Management with Streams
BSc Accounting and Finance
BSc Business Management
BSc Business Management with Finance
BSc Business Management [Online]
Module: Leadership
Coursework Assessment Brief
Term: Autumn 2019
Submission deadline: 23:59 hrs on 28th April 2020
Submission mode: Turnitin online access
1. General Assessment Guidance
 Your summative assessment for this module is made up of this coursework submission which
accounts for 100% of the marks
 The deadline for submission is 23:59 hrs on 28th April 2020. Please note late submissions will
not be marked.
 You are required to submit all elements of your assessment via Turnitin online access. Only
submissions made via the specified mode will be accepted and hard copies or any other digital
form of submissions (like via email or pen drive etc.) will not be accepted.
 For coursework, the submission word limit for Part A is 2000 words and for Part B is 1,000
words. You must comply with the word count guidelines. You may submit LESS than 3000 words
but not more. Word Count guidelines can be found on your programme home page and the
coursework submission page.
 Do not put your name or contact details anywhere on your submission. You should only put
your student registration number (SRN) which will ensure your submission is recognised in the
marking process.
 A total of 100 marks are available for this module assessment, and you are required to achieve
minimum 40% to pass this module.
 You are required to use only Harvard Referencing System in your submission. Any content which
is already published by other author(s) and is not referenced will be considered as a case of
plagiarism.
You can find further information on Harvard Referencing in the online library on the VLE. You can
use the following link to access this information: http://bpp.libguides.com/Home/StudySupport
 BPP University has a strict policy regarding authenticity of assessments. In proven instances of
plagiarism or collusion, severe punishment will be imposed on offenders. You are advised to
read the rules and regulations regarding plagiarism and collusion in the GARs and MOPP which
are available on VLE in the Academic registry section.
 You should include a completed copy of the Assignment Cover sheet. Any submission without
this completed Assignment Cover sheet may be considered invalid and not marked.
2. Assessment Brief
2.1. Brief
Part A:
80% of the total marks.
Max 2,000 words
Complete five (5) pieces of reflective writing that may be based on lectures, seminar
activities, recommended videos and/or readings that have been undertaken during the
module. A list of themes is provided below to ensure that you are able to meet the learning
outcomes.
(16 Marks per piece of reflective writing).
Part B:
10% of the total marks.
Max 1,000 words
Complete a personal statement identifying how you have met the learning outcomes for
this module through your reflective writing.
(10 Marks)
Part C:
10% of the total marks.
Max 5 minutes
Prepare and record an individual presentation chosen from one of your reflective writing
pieces that demonstrates effective speaking and non-verbal communication techniques.
(10 Marks)
The URL for the recorded presentation must be added to the summative assessment cover
sheet in the space provided.
2.2. Tasks
Part A: (2,000 words)
Complete five (5) pieces of reflective writing that may be based on lectures, seminar
activities, recommended videos or readings that have been completed during the module.
Topics
1) A leader’s effectiveness in influencing others.
2) Ethics and the ‘dark side’ of leadership.
3) Using different styles of leadership successfully.
4) When leadership is completely different from management.
5) What can be done to develop an individual’s ability to lead?
You need to relate your reflective writing to concepts, models and theories of leadership
and also to YOUR OWN EXPERIENCES OF LEADERSHIP. This can relate to all, or some of the
situations below:
a) Your own personal experiences as a leader in formal or informal situations.
b) Your own personal experiences of people who currently have, or previously had a
leadership responsibility for you.
c) Leadership in companies you are working for or have worked for in the past.
d) Leadership in voluntary/community/political/cultural organisations or groups you
have worked with.
e) Leadership in organisations known well to you, where you have seen the impact of
those responsible for leadership on people you know.
Structure for reflective writing (About 400 words per topic)
Each reflective piece needs to include the following:
– An introduction, outlining the reasons for choice of topic/situation/leader.
– An analysis of the topic which describes the situation and also incorporates relevant
leadership models, theory and principles to analyse the situation.
– A concluding statement which captures key learning.
Part B: (1000 words)
Complete a personal statement identifying how you have met the learning outcomes for this
module. Your content in Part B can relate to your own experience of leadership or the wider
business world.
You must include the following elements, (which directly relate to the learning outcomes).
1. Assess the strengths and limitations of two leadership theories when applied to
leadership in practice.
2. Critically evaluate the strengths and limitations of two leadership concepts and
frameworks in solving problems in different contexts.
3. Appraising two different factors and contexts which impact on leadership practice.
4. Analysing how the concept of ethics can impact on leadership and decision-making.
Part C: (5 mins)
Prepare and deliver an individual presentation that communicates the key messages in one
of your reflective writing pieces, and also explains how you will develop your own
leadership capability as a result of your learning.
Ensure your presentation incorporates the following:
– An appropriate choice of topic
– References to appropriate supporting material
– An appropriate introduction/outline of purpose and conclusion with logical
progression within and between ideas
– Vocal delivery and non-verbal communication that maintains/enhances interest
– An authentic personal commitment to the topic and the message of the presentation
Tips:
– Make sure the sound quality of your recording is good
– Being filmed standing up gives more scope for meeting the above requirements than
just a head shot from a seated position
2.3. Assessment Submission Structure (for Parts A and B)
1. BPP cover sheet
2. Title page
3. Table of contents
4. Leadership
5. Ethics
6. Leadership styles
7. Leadership and management
8. Developing leadership ability
9. Personal statement
10. References
11. Appendices
2.4. Assessment Marking Scheme (Student Version)
The assignment is marked out of 100. The following table shows the mark allocation and the
approach required.
Assignment Part Mark Approach
Part A – five
reflective pieces
Indicative wordcount:
400 words x 5
(2000 words in
total)
80 For an excellent mark, the reflective pieces will:
– Provide an in-depth coverage of the concept of leadership,
supported by a wide range of leadership theories and
models, which will be insightfully applied to specific
situations that you have personal experience of.
– Show insightful appreciation of different contexts and how
leadership needs to adapt to the needs of key stakeholders
and the wider situation.
– Show creative/innovative thought and incorporate modern
leadership theory, accurately relating this to a suitable
context related to personal experience or learning.
– Include insightful coverage of the concept of ethical
leadership, which will be clearly explained and integrated
into analysis and reflections.
– Incorporate evidence of significant wider reading and
Harvard referencing.
Part B – personal
statement
Indicative wordcount:
1000 words
10 For an excellent mark the personal statement will explain with
insight how you have:
– Assessed the strengths and limitations of two leadership
theories when applied to leadership in practice.
– Critically evaluated the strengths and limitations of two
leadership concepts and frameworks in solving problems in
different contexts.
– Appraised two different factors and contexts which impact
on leadership practice.
– Analysed how the concept of ethics can impact on leadership
and decision-making.
Part C – individual
presentation
Indicative timing:
5 minutes
10 For an excellent mark:
– The choice of topic is clearly consistent with the purpose of
the presentation, and is clearly related to the needs of the
audience.
– The audience can understand within the opening few
sentences of the presentation precisely what its specific
purpose is.
– Any references are clearly linked to the thesis of the
presentation, and enhance the credibility of the presenter
and the clarity of the topic.
– The introduction clearly engages the audience and the body
of the speech reflects clarity in organisation. The conclusion
reflects the content of the speech and provides a clear
message.
– The language used enhances comprehension and enthusiasm
for the presentation and the vocal delivery and non-verbal
communication enhances the message.
– There is insightful consideration of how personal leadership
capacity can be developed in the future.
– The presenter’s authentic commitment to the topic and the
message is clearly evident.
Total 100