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OL 655 Case Study Two: The CEO Institute Focused on Meaningful Leadership Experiences Guidelines and Rubric
Overview
This course includes two case studies. These exercises are designed to actively involve you in human resource management decision making and help you apply
the concepts covered in the course to complex real-world situations. The case studies provide practice reading and give experience analyzing employee
competencies, planning strategic talent development strategies, and forecasting workforce needs. These exercises also provide practice communicating your
reasoning in a professional manner.
Case Study
According to Nancy Reardon (2011), senior vice president and chief human resources and communications officer at Campbell Soup Company, the goal the
company’s CEO Institute is to “create the most meaningful leadership experience participants have ever had” (p. 46). The two-year residential programs are
capped at 20-24 participants, and include members from across the company, representing a wide variety of positions, physical locations, and departments.
Participants begin by hand-writing a letter to the CEO of the company, affirming their commitment to the program. They are then are instructed and supported
through a five-module program, consisting of intensive multi-day workshops with homework and reflective activities between each meeting. The modules begin
with fundamentals, then work through exemplary leadership across the field and participants’ internal reasons for leading. Finally, modules four and five focus
on inspiring others, coaching, and “paying it forward” (p. 48).
References: Reardon, N. (2011). Making Leadership Personal. T+D, 65(3), 44-49. (Permalink)
Prompt
To answer the prompt below, use the following readings:
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“Leadership-the rest of the story”: http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1507294864?accountid=3783
“Virtual Instructor-Led Training: Powerful, not PowerPoint”:
http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/608039093?accountid=3783
“Keep Calm and Lead On”: http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1500362303?accountid=3783
“Google’s Jolly Good Fellow”: http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1459697749?accountid=3783
“Chade-Meng Tan: Everyday compassion at Google”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTR4sAD_4qM
This week’s textbook reading: Chapter Five from Employee Training and Development
Based on the case study above, imagine you are the Vice President of Learning at the CEO Institute:
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Evaluate the design elements that help ensure that participants learn about leadership and put it into practice
Analyze how these design elements encourage learning and transfer
Guidelines for Submission: Case Study Two must follow these formatting guidelines: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and APA
citations. Page length requirements: 2–3 pages, not including cover page and references.
Rubric
Critical Elements
Elements for
Leadership and
Practice
Learning and Transfer
Design Elements
Articulation of
Response
Exemplary (100%)
Submission meets “Proficient”
and extends explanation to
include additional leadership
and its practice
Submission meets “Proficient”
and extends explanation to
include learning and transfer
design elements specific to
leadership and its practice
Submission is free of errors
related to grammar, spelling,
syntax, and organization and is
presented in a professional and
easy-to-read format
Proficient (90%)
Evaluates the design elements
of leadership and ensures it is
put into practice
Needs Improvement (70%)
Attempts to evaluate design
elements of leadership and
ensures it is put into practice
Not Evident (0%)
Does not identify design
elements of leadership and its
practice
Analyzes design elements that
encourage learning and transfer
of leadership practices by the
participants
Attempts to analyze design
elements that encourage
learning and transfer of
leadership practices by the
participants
Submission has major errors
related to grammar, spelling,
syntax, or organization that
negatively impact readability
and articulation of main idea
Does not include any design
elements related to learning
and transfer of leadership
practices by the participants
40
Submission has critical errors
related to grammar, spelling,
syntax, or organization that
prevent understanding of ideas
20
Submission has no major errors
related to grammar, spelling,
syntax, or organization
Total
Value
40
100%

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