Create the summary paper for the assignment.

NR504 Leadership and Nursing Practice: Role Development Week 7 Assignment  Leadership Style and Change Advocacy Statement Part II Criteria for Content Consider the insights gained through class readings, self-assessment of leadership capacity, reflections on individual competencies, and the issue related to your specialty track for which you will advocate for change. Complete parts I and II of the assignment using the guidelines and rubric below. Part II: Written Summary Create a concise summary, no more than two pages in length, explaining the following elements. Include a minimum of two peer-reviewed scholarly sources (current within 5 years) to support your work Introduction Statement of personal leadership style Change advocacy statement and rationale Conclusion Preparing the Assignment Criteria for Format and Special Instructions Abide by the Chamberlain College of Nursing Academic Integrity Policy. Part II: Using Microsoft Word 2013, create the summary paper for the assignment. Include a title page with your name, date, and course information, as well as a reference page. The summary paper must be concisely written and no more than two pages in length, excluding the title and reference pages. A minimum of two peer-reviewed scholarly sources, current within 5 years, are required. Sources older than five years may not be used without the permission of the class professor. No direct quotes may be used in this assignment. First person tense may be used for this assignment.*To submit your summary, you will go the assignment page and use the Re-Submit Assignment button to upload the file.   Select the File Upload tab to submit your Word document.   Make sure you click the Submit Assignment button to complete the submission.  Both your video and your Word document will be available to your professor. Please note:  After you upload your summary, you will not be able to see your Kaltura video except for in the media gallery.  However, your instructor will be able to view both submissions when reviewing your work.  Purchase this Tutorial.

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