Reflect on the current state of education with how well you believe students are being prepared for their future.

Reflect on the current state of education with how well you believe students are being prepared for their future. You will need to provide at least one current (within 5 years) scholarly, peer reviewed source to support your claim.

• Reflect on what you are doing well as an educator to meet the needs of today’s learners and what you can do to improve to better meet the needs of today’s learners.

• Provide a principle you will apply from this course as you look to model how Christ meet the needs of individuals. If you are someone who does not work with students, you will need to discuss what you think today’s teachers are doing well and how you believe they can improve to meet the needs of today’s learners You will need to provide at least one current (within 5 years) scholarly, peer reviewed source to when discussing this section.

• Discuss how you believe education will change in the next 5 years to better meet the needs of their students. You will need to provide at least one current (within 5 years) scholarly, peer reviewed source in this section to support your claim.

Review the concepts and definitions of charismatic, transformational, and transactional leadership.

review the concepts and definitions of charismatic, transformational, and transactional leadership. Describe a situation you experienced in the workplace when a current or past supervisor used a transformational or charismatic approach to motivate their employees. Was it effective?
2. Describe a situation you experienced in the workplace when a current or past supervisor used a transactional approach to motivate their employees. Was it effective?

Where do you stand on the issue of CSR v CSI? Do corporations have a right to ignore their responsibility to some stakeholders in order to add to the short term bottom line?

Describe corporate social responsibility.
Describe corporate social irresponsibility.
Where do you stand on the issue of CSR v CSI? Do corporations have a right to ignore their responsibility to some stakeholders in order to add to the short term bottom line?