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Solved by verified expert:Students choose and record their preference for researching a topic (week 2.) Depending on the topic they have chosen, they will develop either a writing assignment for Unit II or one for Unit III. A student is not required to submit a writing assignment for both Unit II and Unit III.Developing a writing assignment for either Unit II or III offers the student the opportunity to investigate a topic of choice in more depth and report on the topic by offering:

an overview (600 word limit)
statements about the connection between the topic and the workplace or employee success in the workplace (250 word limit)
their opinion about the information they have shared within the writing assignment (250 word limit.)My topic is Leadership and EI (Basically the importance of leadership in emotional intelligence and details about it)Resources below address leadership and emotional intelligence. Not all parts of all of the resources will be beneficial. Look for information in the introduction (what is provided prior to the discussion of the methodology and results of the study.) Also, read the discussion of the results of the studies at the very end of the articles. Cartwright, S., & Pappas, C. (2008). Emotional Intelligence, Its Measurement and Implications for the Workplace . International Journal of Management Reviews, 10(2), 149-171. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2370.2007.00220.x Look at: Section on Leadership – p.160 Hutchinson, M., & Hurley, J. (2013). Exploring Leadership Capability and Emotional Intelligence as Moderators of Workplace Bullying . Journal of Nursing Management, 21(3), 553-562 10p. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2834.2012.01372.x Ingram, J., & Cangemi, J. (2012). Emotions, Emotional Intelligence and Leadership: A Brief, Pragmatic Perspective . Education, 132(4), 771-778. Koning, L., & Van Kleef, G. (2015). How Leaders’ Emotional Displays Shape Followers’ Organizational Citizenship Behavior . Leadership Quarterly, 26(4), 489-501.
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Writing Assignment #2 and #3
Instructions
General Information
Assignment Worth 155 points
Components of Writing Assignment
Part I: Overview of Emotional Intelligence Related Topic or Subtopic
Present basic overview of topic/subtopic
Part II: Link to the Workplace – or – Employee Success
Students identify connection between EI and the workplace
Part III: Opinion Statement on Topic
Students exhibit critical thinking on Parts I and II
USE THE TEMPLATE when developing the writing assignment. All papers should be formatted EXACTLY
the same according to the order of the parts noted above and on the template.
There is only 1 area of the paper where opinions should be shared: Part III.
Word Limit
The maximum length for this assignment is 1,100 words broken down in the following way:
600 words: Overview
250 words: Connection to the Workplace
250 words: Opinion Statement
Citations for the resources used to develop parts I and II do not count toward the word limit. Neither do
the section headings (Part I: Overview, Part II: The Workplace: Part III: My Opinion)
Resources
A MINIMUM of 4 resources are required.
Students should be able to discern a high quality resource from “Internet junk” and “Emotional
Intelligence related junk.” The quality of resources one uses is graded (see grading rubric.)
Some resources are available for student use on the Writing Assignment #2 and #3 Resources page.
(NOTE: These resources are cited in APA format.)
Depending on the topic and the perspective on which the student chooses to develop the paper, there
may be resources within the CREIO website, the RUOnline library and websites hosted by theorists such
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as David Caruso, John (Jack) Mayer and Daniel Goleman.
I am happy to assist you with thinking of locations that may have the resources associated with your
topic and perspective you are bringing to the presentation of the topic beyond what I have already
offered on the Resources page.
Citations
As students are developing Part I and II, they should be keeping track of the original sources that have
provided the concepts being shared.
Students should come to this course with knowledge of when and how to offer both in-text and
bibliographic citations.
In review:
 In-Text
No portion of Part I (Overview) or Part II (Link to Workplace/Employee Success) should be based on
a student’s opinion. These areas are short literature reviews of the topic chosen, from whatever
perspective the student chooses.
Given that theories, facts, statistics, research findings, common or novel practices and possibly the
opinion of others are featured in Part I and Part II, not the opinion of the student, all contents need
to be attributed to the original source within the text.
This attribution is offered in the form of a simple notation of the source.
Examples:
(Smith and Jones, p. 476) – print material
(Hernandez) – If no page is available, for example, Internet information, video

At the End of writing assignment
There is a set area for the bibliography. It is titled Resources in the template.
In alphabetical order of the author’s last name offer a proper citation of all resources that were
noted in Part I and Part II.
Any citation style is acceptable. Citation guides are available on the Writing Assignment #2 and #3
resources page. If a student doesn’t know how to cite a resource, it is the student’s responsibly to
use the resources provided.
Do not mix citation styles!
DO NOT PLAGERISE. See syllabus how plagiarism is addressed in this course.
To avoid the hefty consequences of plagiarism in this course: See the resource Plagiarism:
Identifying and Avoiding located in the Course Home module.
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Use of Quotes
The paper should be written in a student’s own words. Use quotes sparingly – and – not to
communicate a key point. Students are being graded on their level of knowledge and accuracy of the
information within the paper – not their ability to string quotes together to create Parts I and II.
Use quotes to offer an example or to support a concept, fact, etc., that has already been stated in the
student’s own words.
* * * * *
Instructions by Writing Assignment Section
Part I: Overview of Emotional Intelligence Related Topic or Subtopic
Acquire in-death knowledge about the topic of choice.
1. Acquire and review resources.
2. Reflect on facts, theories, and opinions that are components of the resources
gathered. (Associated, of course, with emotional intelligence and your topic of
choice.)
Ask yourself:
What is this topic/subtopic all about?
What basic information should be communicated?
Is there any more specific/details about the topic/subtopic that should also be
communicated?
From the investigation on the topic/subtopic develop an overview of interesting issues and
noteworthy facts/theories/ideas associated with your chosen topic/subtopic.
Best Practices:
1. Write a rough draft first.
2. Edit your draft. Make sure the information you want to communicate about the
topic is accurate, well organized, and well communicated. Do not offer any opinion
statements in the overview: the overview is “just the facts!”
Part II: Link to the Workplace – or – Employee Success in the Workplace
You may find material that will best be placed in this section when engaged in the basic research
on your topic/subtopic. When you come across information on how your topic/subtopic is linked
to either the contemporary workplace – or – employee success within this workplace, set it
aside for offering background information in the Part II area.
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Share your knowledge of the link between the aspect of EI that you’ve chosen and the
workplace or worker within the workplace.
1. Review your work.
2. Make sure the information you want to communicate about the link between the
workplace and your topic is accurate, well organized, and well communicated.
Do not offer any opinion statements in this area either!
Part III: Opinion Statement on Topic
Part III is the location where students can place well considered opinions on the topic/subtopic
they have written about in Parts I and II.
Reflect on the contents you’ve developed for the overview as well as the connection of the topic
on the workplace or the employee.
Consider what you think and what you believe about one or more of the concepts you’ve
communicated.
Clearly and succinctly provide statements that communicates your opinion.
Do not add any new information to this opinion statement – just reflect on what you have
written!
End of Writing Assignment
Offer a formal citation at the end of your work for all resources used in development of Parts I
and II.
Make sure that the link to the material is part of the formal citation, if you used an Internet
resource.
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Writing Assignment #2 and #3 Template
Topic Overview
EI & Topic: Connection to the Workplace
Opinion Statements
Resources
Grading
Writing Assignment #2 or #3
Worth 155 points
Part I Overview
Part II Link to Workplace
55% of points
Assesses accuracy and comprehensive nature of content; Knowledge of topic/subtopic
Outstanding – to – Very Good
85 – 74 points
All must apply:
Good – to – Adequate
73 – 62 points
Needs Improvement
61 – 40 points
If any of the follow apply:

content is accurate
(I instance of inaccurate
information – 10 points)

more than 1 instance of
inaccurate information
conveyed in Parts I and II.

inaccurate information is
conveyed in more than 2
instances in Parts I and II.

content of overview (Part I)
provides a comprehensive
presentation of topic



knowledge of concepts
associated with chosen
topic area is evident
content of Part I is
missing critical
information that is
essential when offering
and overview of the topic.
content of Part I does not
adequately provide the
information that should be
provided in an overview of
the topic.

knowledge of concepts is
somewhat evident

Part I content directly
addresses the association of
the topic and EI/ESI
little knowledge of the topic
being reported in Parts I and
II.


Part II directly addresses the
association of the topic and
the workplace, workplace
leadership and/or the
workforce.
Part I contains some
information on the
association between the
topic and EI/ESI.
Part I contains little to no
information on the
association between the
topic and EI/ESI.


Part II contains little to no
information on the
association between the
topic and the workplace,
workplace leadership
and/or the workforce.


Part II contains some
information on the
association between the
topic and the workplace,
workplace leadership
and/or the workforce.
Part III Opinion Statements
20% of points
Assesses critical thought on the content of Parts I and II
Outstanding – to – Good
Adequate – to – Needs Improvement
31 – 24 points
23 – 15 points
Both must apply
If any of the following apply

High quality reflection and critical thinking
on topic/information conveyed in Parts I
and II
( – 5 points for less than the highest
quality of reflection where higher order
thinking is evident.)
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Opinion statement is not directly linked to
material presented in Parts I and/or II
– 8 points)

Level of reflection and critical thinking on
topic/information conveyed in Parts I and II is

No new material introduced. Opinion
statement based on material in Parts I
and/or II
( – 2 points for new information
introduced in opinion statement)
adequate (- 8 points); limited (- 10 points); or
nonexistent (- 12 points)
Quality of Writing Assignment
25% of points
Assesses: Clarity of Content; Appropriate attribution of original material used; academic centered content in
Part I and II (no opinions)
Outstanding – to – Very Good
Good – to – Adequate
Needs Improvement
39 – 34 points
33 – 29 points
28 – 19 points
Any of the following:
Any of the following:
 content clearly
communicated
 clarity of content is good
 overall, content lacks
(1 clarity issue – 3 points)
to adequate.
clarity

few to no grammatical;
spelling or sentence
structure issues in Parts I, II
or III.

original material is noted
throughout Parts I and II
(uses parentheses with
author, page number)



resources are properly cited
at the conclusion of the
assignment.
(use of any citation style)

few to no grammatical;
spelling or sentence
structure issues in Parts I,
II or III. ( – 5 to -7 points
deducted depending on
the number of
occurrences)

original material is noted
in most to some areas of
Parts I and II (uses
parentheses with author,
page number)

resources are identified
but not properly cited at
the conclusion of the
assignment.
(use of any citation style)
high quality resources used
to develop Parts I and II; at
least 3 resources are used
to develop Parts I and II.
no opinion statements in
parts I or II ( -5 point
deduction for 1 opinion
stated in academic overview
– parts I and II)
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no opinion statements in
parts I or II ( – 6 to 7 point
deduction for more than
1 opinion statement in
academic overview – parts
I and II)

continuous grammatical
spelling or sentence
structure issues in Parts
I, II or III that impact the
quality of the work. ( – 8
to 10 points)

no attribution of
original work noted in
the body of Part I and II
(No parentheses with
author, page number)

no resources provided
at the conclusion of the
assignment.

opinion statements are
prevalent in Parts I or II
(- 10 points)

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