In this case study, you will apply the Statesmanship model you discussed in Module 1 to a real, specific public administration context. What type of interpersonal skills are needed to effectively administer statesmanship in that context? Remember to discuss the importance of emotional intelligence and covenant in your case study.

General Guidelines:

Case Study scenarios must be taken from documented (published) public administration contexts; no hypotheticals are allowed. Students can focus on one particular public administration organization or may refer to a particular situation (well-documented by the research) that many public administrators face.
Integrate Biblical principles in your case study discussion.
All ideas shared by the student must be supported with sound reason and citations from the required readings, presentations, and additional research.

Please use textbook as a resource: Denhardt, R. B., Denhardt, J. V., & Blanc, T. A. (2014). Public administration: An action orientation (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Wadsworth. ISBN: 9781133939214.

Please explain why is it that our present leaders are not able to follow the footsteps of our founding fathers.

Ensure that you include Biblical principles and integrate them with your case analysis. Paul’s letters to the Corinthians, for instance, contain many verses dealing with the virtues of statesmanship.

What are the notable interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence of the statesman you have chosen? Identify instances when he/she has motivated his/her followers.

Additionally, be advised about the importance of APA compliance; for full compliance, all citations must be referenced and vice versa.

Statesmanship the purchase of Florida, New Orleans and Louisiana from the French by Thomas Jefferson