Gardner’s Five MindsIn order to develop a global leadership

Gardner’s Five MindsIn order to develop a global leadership plan and be a true leader inthe global arena, you must know your own strengths and weaknesses withrespect to the level of your leadership competencies. This assessmentwill help you evaluate your level of competence related to Gardner’sFive Minds of Leadership, and will be helpful when you create yourglobal leadership development plan.PreparationBe sure you read and reference the Gardner article linked in theRequired Resources section of this assessment. You will also need to doyour own research on Gardner’s Five Minds concept and its implicationsfor the future. Search the Capella University Library and the Internetfor scholarly articles on the application of this concept. You will needat least three additional resources to support your work in thisassessment. In addition, select one of the following theories or models to research and use in this assessment:Trait approach.Skills approach.Situational approach.Path-goal theory.Leader-member exchange theory.Transformational leadership.Organize this assessment logically, using headings and sub-headingsappropriately. Include a title page and reference page, and follow APAguidelines for all citations and references.RequirementsFor this assessment, complete the following:Explain the meaning of each of Gardner’s Five Minds.Analyze your own level of competency in each of the Five Minds.Describe your experience in each of the Five Minds.Determine your strengths and weaknesses in each of the Five Minds.Explain how you can develop and improve your Five Minds. Analyze the theory or model you selected in terms of how well it aligns with Gardner’s Five Minds.Briefly explain the theory or model you selected.Explain how the theory or model aligns (or does not align) with Gardner’s Five Minds. Explain why Gardner’s Five Minds are essential qualities for a global leader.Additional RequirementsInclude a title page and reference page.Number of pages: 4–5, not including title page and reference page.Number of resources: At least 3 in addition to the Gardner article.APA format for citations and references.Times New Roman font, 12 point.Double-spaced. Library ResourcesGardner, H. (2008). The five minds for the future. Schools: Studies in Education, 5(1/2), 17–24.