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Part 1: Explain at least five aspects of an effective leader in the collaborative process. What are the principles, competencies, skills, and knowledge base that define a collaborative leader? Why are these choices important aspects of the leadership role? Respond to your colleagues do you agree with their thoughts? Why or why not?
Part 2: Answer the following questions: do you possess the principles, competencies, skills, and knowledge base of a collaborative leader? What are your strengths and weaknesses as a leader? Analyze your leadership abilities and create a strategy for improvement. What steps will you take and what methods will you employ to improve your skills and competencies?