Assignment 1: Personal Assessment of StrengthsDue Week 3 and worth 200 pointsTo prepare for this ass

Assignment 1: Personal Assessment of StrengthsDue Week 3 and worth 200 pointsTo prepare for this assignment, make sure to complete the StrengthsFinder quiz located in the back of your book. This will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes. Click .kaltura.com/index.php/extwidget/preview/partner_id/956951/uiconf_id/12466431/entry_id/0_qvwagfxo/embed/dynamic”>herefor a video tutorial on how to complete the quiz and view your results. Then, view information about your top five strengths at “Start Here – An Overview of the StrengthsFinder Movement,†found at .youtube.com/watch?v=50J8DYo7r44&list=PLhYBLDN6sURWX7h8IdebX2CYyR9QwqoDX”>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50J8DYo7r44&list=PLhYBLDN6sURWX7h8IdebX2CYyR9QwqoDX. Then view information about your top five strengths at “Strategic – Learn more about your innate talents from Gallup’s Clifton StrengthsFinder!†found at .youtube.com/watch?v=7sWM36m3d48&list=PLxDaK7wIyw9609RQuIcVwcCtJ6j17hmO4&index=1″>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sWM36m3d48&list=PLxDaK7wIyw9609RQuIcVwcCtJ6j17hmO4&index=1.Write a one to three (1-3) page paper in which you:Describe your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.Explain how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Determine how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.Determine what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Then, explain whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.Indicate which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirements:Typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, your professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required page length.The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:Describe the primary functions of management (planning, organizing, leading, controlling) and the associated skills, tools, and theoretical approaches that can be used to accomplish these functions.Use technology and information resources to research issues in management concepts.Write clearly and concisely about management concepts using proper writing mechanics.Name: BUS302 Week 3 Assignment 1: Personal Assessment of StrengthsDescription: BUS302 Week 3 Assignment 1: Personal Assessment of Strengths.strayer.edu/webapps/rubric/do/course/gradeRubric?mode=grid&isPopup=true&rubricCount=1&prefix=_7378204_1&course_id=_205079_1&maxValue=200.0&rubricId=_507135_1&viewOnly=true&displayGrades=false&type=grading&rubricAssoId=_533061_1#”>Grid View.strayer.edu/webapps/rubric/do/course/gradeRubric?mode=grid&isPopup=true&rubricCount=1&prefix=_7378204_1&course_id=_205079_1&maxValue=200.0&rubricId=_507135_1&viewOnly=true&displayGrades=false&type=grading&rubricAssoId=_533061_1#”>List ViewUnacceptable 0- 59% FMeets Minimum Expectations 60-69% DFair 70-79% CProficient 80-89% BExemplary 90-100% ABUS302-A1-11. Describe your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths. Weight: 20%Points Range:0 (0%) – 23.6 (11.8%)Did not submit or incompletely described your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.Points Range:24 (12%) – 27.6 (13.8%)Insufficiently described your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.Points Range:28 (14%) – 31.6 (15.8%)Partially described your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.Points Range:32 (16%) – 35.6 (17.8%)Satisfactorily described your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.Points Range:36 (18%) – 40 (20%)Thoroughly described your initial reaction to finding out your top five strengths.BUS302-A1-22. Explain how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Determine how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager. Weight: 25%Points Range:0 (0%) – 29.5 (14.75%)Did not submit or incompletely explained how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Did not or incompletely determined how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.Points Range:30 (15%) – 34.5 (17.25%)Insufficiently explained how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Insufficiently determined how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.Points Range:35 (17.5%) – 39.5 (19.75%)Partially explained how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Partially determined how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.Points Range:40 (20%) – 44.5 (22.25%)Satisfactorily explained how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Satisfactorily determined how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.Points Range:45 (22.5%) – 50 (25%)Thoroughly explained how your top five strengths relate to your leadership style. Thoroughly determined how they relate to the key functions you would need to perform as a manager.BUS302-A1-33. Determine what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Then, explain whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager. Weight: 25%Points Range:0 (0%) – 29.5 (14.75%)Did not submit or incompletely determined what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Did not or incompletely explained whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.Points Range:30 (15%) – 34.5 (17.25%)Insufficiently determined what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Insufficiently explained whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.Points Range:35 (17.5%) – 39.5 (19.75%)Partially determined what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Partially explained whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.Points Range:40 (20%) – 44.5 (22.25%)Satisfactorily determined what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Satisfactorily explained whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.Points Range:45 (22.5%) – 50 (25%)Thoroughly determined what traits you need to work on the most to become a good leader. Thoroughly explained whether these traits differ from the strengths you need to be a good manager.BUS302-A1-44. Indicate which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career. Weight: 20%Points Range:0 (0%) – 23.6 (11.8%)Did not submit or incompletely indicated which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.Points Range:24 (12%) – 27.6 (13.8%)Insufficiently indicated which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.Points Range:28 (14%) – 31.6 (15.8%)Partially indicated which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.Points Range:32 (16%) – 35.6 (17.8%)Satisfactorily indicated which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.Points Range:36 (18%) – 40 (20%)Thoroughly indicated which of your strengths you anticipate you will use the most in college or a future career.BUS302-A1-55. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements Weight: 10%Points Range:0 (0%) – 11.8 (5.9%)More than 8 errors presentPoints Range:12 (6%) – 13.8 (6.9%)7-8 errors presentPoints Range:14 (7%) – 15.8 (7.9%)5-6 errors