What is Reflective Writing?Reflective writing aims to get you to think about and understand your learning experiences. It encourages Tacit (unarticulated, ‘as yet unspoken’)knowledge to become Explicit (captured in words, writing and drawings, knowledge that has possibilities of being universal, supporting the capacity to act across contexts) knowledge

2000 words with at least 15 to 18 references

The aim of this assessment is Praxis and critically reflect on How you will apply Critical Leadership Studies to inform your personal approach to leadership and What your leadership approach will be.

Instructions:Building on your individual contributions to ALL Topic Content and particularly the Critical Leadership Studies, reflecting on and responding to contributions of other students, create a reflective essay or creative multi-media equivalent to address the following question:

1. Critically Think, Reflect and Explainhow you will engage with Critical Leadership Studies to inform your leadership approach.

2. Critically Think, Reflect and Explain your approach (how you intent to practice) to leadership as a result of completing this subject.

Reflective Piece: Assessment Three submission can be either a reflective essay or a multi-media equivalent. The choice is yours. The critical element is that the submission accurately reflects your response to the questions, demonstrates that you have critically reflected on the subject content, applied it to a context that you are familiar with and discussed how you will ‘live’ your approach to leadership.

Useful Information:What is Reflective Writing?Reflective writing aims to get you to think about and understand your learning experiences. It encourages Tacit (unarticulated, ‘as yet unspoken’)knowledge to become Explicit (captured in words, writing and drawings, knowledge that has possibilities of being universal, supporting the capacity to act across contexts) knowledge. ‘Tacit and explicit knowledge interact so that an individual might, for example, shift understanding between a task and the tools, reflect on his or her own experiences, use language to remind him or herself of what he or she already knows, thematise certain circumstances and discuss these with others’ Tsoukas, (2003) p 802. Specifically, you will be reflecting on your thinking, before, during and after the writing, pondering on progress and how to improve, Silby and Watts(2015) p.803.

What does Critically Reflect mean?

Critical reflection is a reasoning process to make meaning of an experience. Critical reflection is descriptive, analytical, and critical, and can be articulated in a number of ways such as in written form, orally, or as an artistic expression.

What does critical thinking mean?

The objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement.

What doesExplain mean?

Clarify a topic by giving a detailed account as to what is meant by the use of this term in a particular context. To make (an idea or situation) clear to someone by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts. To be the cause of or motivating factor for. Your writing should have clarity so that complex ideas and practice can be understood, defining key terms where appropriate, and be substantiated with relevant research.