Write a research paper on a robust, informative, and reflective interaction about course topics.

Write a research paper on a robust, informative, and reflective interaction about course topics.  Learning is directly related to effort put forth toward discussion engagement and participation. In order to encourage active and quality participation that adds value and increases learning, the grade you earn will be higher as your participation and quality of content increases. Please post a substantive reply. Attachment added for your info. What is Substantive? For this class, substantive means that your replies have substance, that it helps further the discussion of course content and move the discussion forward. Substantive posts will often include contributions of additional ideas and sources, insights or questions about classmates’ comments, connections to the course readings, ways of applying the lessons from the course, etc. Short comments, such as “Good idea” or “I agree,” do not constitute substantive posts on their own. Neither do comments that are unrelated to the topics at hand (for example, “I saw that movie too!”) If you say you agree about something, please explain why you agree, and add an additional insight or question. See below for response: How would you describe the dynamics of this situation? How can the psychodynamic approach to leadership help with these issues? The psychodynamic approach to leadership’s purpose is for leaders and subordinated to better understand each other. This approach builds a stronger relationship between leaders and their workers. Misunderstandings happen all the time in the workplace, this approach is to diagnose the reasons for these misunderstandings and figure out why these misunderstandings occur. The psychodynamic approach puts emphasis on the personality inventory test which is known as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which can help assess someone’s personality. 2. Do you agree or disagree with Martha’s approach to this situation? Why or why not? I disagree with Martha’s approach to this situation. I believe she cannot force her workers to take a personality test. I believe that she should have open dialogue with her subordinates and let them air out their grievances. I believe if she handles the situation with compassion but in a firm manner it will help build rapport with her workers. Martha needs to destroy this “us vs them” mentality her subordinates are falling into. If she creates an open dialogue and speaks to her subordinates about their behavior, this might be a better way of combating the growing animosity within her squad. 3. What advice would you offer Martha as she continues to lead this group? As stated above, I would advise Martha to create and open dialogue with her subordinates. Martha should allow her subordinates to air out their grievances and try to come to a mutual understanding. Creating an open dialogue with her subordinates will build better rapport and hopefully establish a better team dynamic between everyone within the squad. 4. When the men’s complaint reaches the city’s human resources department, how would you advise them to respond? Why? I believe that the human’s resources department will go against Martha’s judgement because she cannot force her workers to take a personality test. Human resources should recognize an issue within the team dynamic and take a nonbiased approach to the situation by interviewing both parties. References: Dugan, J. P. (2017). Leadership theory : cultivating critical perspectives. Jossey-Bass. Rubric Assessment Criteria Exemplary Accomplished Developing Beginning Did Not Attempt Criterion Score Content 40 points Valid connections to course content are made. Posts are complete with analysis and insight. Critical thinking is evident. Original ideas are presented. All aspects of the discussion question are completely answered. 34 points Some connections are made, although some are confusing or underdeveloped. Analysis of content is evident, although incomplete. Critical thinking and knowledge of content are not clearly articulated. 30 points Limited connections made to course content. Limited analysis or individual insight. Critical thinking is not present. Lacks originality. 26 points No evidence of critical thinking. Little originality evident. Content is vague. 0 points Not attempted or provided. Score of Content, / 40 Participation in Learning Community 30 points Responses are substantive and encourage discussion by proposing a different point of view supported by an attribution to a source, personal example, or personal application. All responses include related follow up questions to promote continued discussion. 25.5 points Posts meet the requirements but lack substantive engagement with the topic, classmates, or professor. All required postings are made. Responses contribute to a substantive discussion by introducing new ideas, building on the topic of the post, or posting follow up questions. 22.5 points Responses mostly summarize or restate the comments of others or of the original post – not substantive or aimed at moving the discussion forward. Opinions and conclusions are not supported. 19.5 points Only one participation post, and/or responses are short statements such as “I agree with…,” “I like this post,” or “Great job!” 0 points No replies provided. Score of Participation in Learning Community, / 30 Format-Grammar-Spelling-Punctuation 20 points No spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. Content is easy to understand and well-written. 17 points Very few spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. Content is in proper format. 15 points Several spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. Content is confusing in some areas. 13 points Many spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. Content is difficult to understand. 0 points Writing is incomprehensible. Score of Format-Grammar-Spelling-Punctuation, / 20 Timeliness 10 points Initial discussion posted by the noted due date. (Week one initial post is due Sunday and all other weeks due by Thursday at 11:55 PM EST. Replies are due by 11:55 PM on Sunday.) 8.5 points Initial post or replies to classmates are submitted after the required due date (1 day late). 7.5 points Initial posts or replies are submitted after the required due date (i.e., 2 days late). 6.5 points Initial post or replies are submitted after the required due date (i.e., 3 days late). 0 points Failed to submit initial post or replies by due date. Score of Timeliness, / 10 Total Score of MGMT HRMT Discussion Rubric, / 100 Overall Score Exemplary 90 points minimum Accomplished 80 points minimum Developing 70 points minimum Beginning 60 points minimum Did Not Attempt 0 points minimum[order_button_a]