write an evaluative essay that clearly includes the parts of an essay, an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Go to the Library databases to conduct a search of evidence-based practices for motivating employees’ performance in the workplace. In your evaluative essay, be sure to bring in the textbook and use 3-5 references from scholarly sources retrieved from the Library supporting the content covered in the paper to support your answers to the following questions. Begin with a paragraph providing an overview of your own team leadership that led to the accomplishment of a goal in a workplace setting. Think about your role as a leader of a team. Describe and provide examples of how you demonstrate at least three of these: inspiring, handing off, coaching, cheering or keeping score to the group members. What is your impression of the composition of your team, in terms of committed, compliant and complacent members? How are you addressing the motivation of the “motivational middle”? Reflect on your listening skills as it relates to the needs of your team members. How can you improve on this issue? After evaluating your team as a whole, what is your overall vision statement for the team? Make sure it includes the teams’ shared passions. Have you delegated enough authority to your team members to allow them to self-manage? How have you avoided the micromanagement trap? Create three different strategies to help your team build their competencies so the team as a whole can work more efficiently together. How collaborative is the climate within your work team? Are some people less collaborative than others? What can you do to help them change their behavior? Think of your overall managerial style. Provide examples of how you display the leadership philosophy discussed by the authors of the textbook. What are ways you are not implementing this philosophy? What is your overall view of this leadership philosophy?