Select an organization of your choice, and decide what change is needed in the organization, either on a micro or a macro level.

In the role of organizational leader, complete the following:

?Select an organization of your choice, and decide what change is needed in the organization, either on a micro or a macro level.

?Research the stages of organizational change. You may find several versions, but pick one that appeals to you and the situation.

?Describe the problem, issue, or opportunity that you intend to address.

?Using the opportunity as the basis, explain each step that you will take to accomplish the desired change and measure its impact. Suggest a timeline (Gantt chart) for your actions along with others who may need to be involved.

?As you create your explanation, think critically about the leadership style or styles that you will need to adopt. Explain the style and your reason for adopting it at one or more points in the transitional project. Include consideration of the culture and of the status of the affective attitudes among employees.

?Explain how you will work within the culture or change it, and discuss how you may need to influence the affective environment of the organization.

?Discuss the ethical issues that may arise during the stages of change, and explain how you will manage them and lead the organization beyond them.

Create a document in APA format, using research along with citations to support your logic and thinking. The document should contain, along with the content, a title page, an abstract, and a reference page at the end.

Uzima Learning Community’s mission is to be Paracletus(come alongside) to schools and Create and deliver enrichment programs that engage and develop learners mind, body, and spirit. Their vision is to be a transformative organization that inspires young people to grow in scholarship, community service, and athletics. The first service offered was a summer program named Camp S-STEAMa play on the word esteem which is designed to build confidence through extended learning opportunities. The founder saw that most S.T.E.Mor S.T.E.A.M programs excluded the opportunity for students to move around. With that in mind, he added the S to his S.T.E.A.M program which is for sports. Students in the program have an opportunity to work with an athletic trainer who focused on speed, endurance, and agility.