Professional leadership communication and the practice scholar | NR703 | Chamberlain College of Nursing

Due Date(s)

The Late Assignment Policy applies to this assignment.

The assignment title is due by Sunday 11:59 p.m. MTat the end of Week 5.

Total points possible: 350 points.

Preparing the Assignment

Follow these guidelines when completing each component of this assignment. Contact your course faculty if you have questions. It is each student’s responsibility to save and maintain all artifacts required in the e-Portfolio

  1. The assignment will include the following components within 5-7 pages (not including title page or reference page):
    1. Title Page (Title matches the first-page title)
    2. Use the following required Level 1 headings:
      1. Verbal Communication Competencies and the Practice Scholar
      2. Non-verbal Communication Competencies and the Practice Scholar
      3. Written Communication Competencies and the Practice Scholar
      4. Conclusion
    3. Introduction (Note: Do not use “Introduction” as a heading). Place the paper’s title on the first line.
      1. In a brief paragraph, introduce your paper’s topic and establish its importance.
      2. Present a clear purpose statement and a mini-outline, in sentence format, of the paper. The best introductions outline the paper according to the major sections in the assignment guidelines (which are the required level 1 headings for the body of the paper).
    4. Verbal Communication Competencies and the Practice Scholar
      1. This section describes the leadership competency of verbal communication for the DNP practice scholar.
      2. Present your understanding of the components, comportment, and collaborative nature of effective and ineffective verbal communication as a leader.
    5. Non-Verbal Communication Competencies and the Practice Scholar
      1. This section describes the leadership competency of non-verbal communication for the DNP practice scholar.
      2. Present your understanding of the positive and negative behaviors of non-verbal communication as a leader and examples of each.
    6. Written Communication Competencies and the Practice Scholar
      1. This section describes the leadership competency of written communication for the DNP practice scholar.
      2. Include your understanding of (a) professional tone & style, (b) use of standard English, and (c) strategies for effective writing as a DNP leader in documents such as emails, memos, curricula vitarum, grant proposals, white papers, poster presentations, project dissemination manuscripts, and other formal written forms of professional leadership communication.
    7. Conclusion
      1. Recap the paper’s purpose statement and mini-outline criteria.
      2. Draw major conclusions from the body of your paper.
      3. Summarize the importance of effective communication competencies for the DNP leader.
    8. Clarity of writing
      1. Use consistent standard English grammar and sentence structure is evident throughout the paper. The sentences and wording should be clear and concise, without slang, colloquialisms, street language, or conversational style.
      2. Paper should be generally free of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and typographical errors.
      3. The paper should be organized and use the required Level I Headings headers and others as needed to organize the content.
    9. APA Style and Organization
      1. Format as required in APA or “Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers” (e.g., font, margins, title page, matching title on the 1st page, running head, level headings, reference pages, etc.).
      2. Citations in the text must match the APA table on p. 266 or “Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers,” and there are no quotations used in the paper. (Minimum 6 scholarly sources that match the reference)
      3. References must match APA examples starting on p. 313 or “Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers.” (Minimum 6 scholarly sources)
    10. All Chamberlain University policies related to plagiarism must be observed.  This written assignment will be screened for originality by TurnItIn

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