In Assignment 3: Using Leadership to Improve Ethical Performance, you will conduct an interview with someone who you consider a leader (e.g., current or former boss, a pastor or spiritual advisor, a friend who can be considered a leader, etc.). You will then use the information that you gather during the interview to write about the leadership characteristics he / she possesses. Take a few minutes to review the specific criteria for Assignment 3before you begin creating the Leader Profile. Next, complete the following steps: 1. Identify an individual in your community that you believe to be leader. a. Contact the individual to determine if he / she will be able to participate in this project for school. b. Schedule an appointment to conduct an interview. Assignment 3 is due Week 9, so please plan accordingly. Note: As you think about the type of information you will need to gather from your chosen leader during the interview, use your outline from Assignment 2 as approved by your professor to guide your interview process. 2. Submit the following information in a Word document: a. Provide a brief two  paragraph biography of the selected person, which includes a description of the individual, his / her job title, and name the organization where he / she works. Assignment 2 paper information: This is an outline I guess you can go by. Outline I. Introduction a. Brief description of the motivation concept b. Relationship to performance II. Factors that Improve Motivation a. Overview b. Empowerment c. Talent Development III. Conclusion It is a common understanding that every organization that seeks to be successful in the highly competitive global marketplace has no choice but to invest in its employees. Therefore, this is based on the understanding that the overall organizational goals cannot be informed or accomplished if the workforce does not meet the expected performance standards. For these performance standards to be streamlined by the organizational goals, employees have to be properly motivated. In making sure the employees are properly motivated, the organizational management has to find strategic approaches to make sure that job satisfaction is maximized, and the employees are fully engaged and committed to accomplish the goals mentioned above. While different organizations have different organizational needs, meaning that they differ in the strategies they need to adopt for enhancing employee involvement, there are general strategies that, properly tailored to meet these specific needs, will surely accomplish improved employee involvement and the overall improvement in performance. One of the greatest factors that bring about motivation in an organization is employee empowerment. Employees want to be comfortable and satisfied with their jobs and roles. They do not always want to be directed and controlled in order for them to perform. Every employee needs to be able to make decisions because he is capable of doing so. Many employee.