Using the text, Crucial Accountability, you will be making some key discoveries about areas that you both succeed and struggle with in keeping yourself and others accountable. 1. After reading the textbook, take the self-assessment test (Appendix A, pp. 247-251) and look at your results. The survey is divided in the seven chapters of the book that cover the crucial accountability skills (five questions each). 2. Look at your results chapter by chapter 3. Choose the two areas (of the seven areas) where you scored the most yes answers. Observe, analyze and reflect on those specific areas. Addressing the following questions: 1) What are the two areas out of the seven where you had the most Yes answers? 2) What does this score mean in terms of your willingness to hold yourself and others accountable? Explain. 3) Do your scores accurately reflect some areas of weakness that you currently have when it comes to holding yourself or others accountable? 4) Discuss and explain your answers. 4. Evaluate: Based on what you have read, class lectures, class discussion and activities respond to the following question: Is Accountability an important leadership skill accountability to self, others and the organization within which you are employed? Be sure to structure your paper as follows: a title page (1 page), reference page (1 page) and 3 pages of analysis and reflection = 5 pg. paper. You are to use APA 7th edition style including 12pt font, Times New Roman, double-spaced, 1-inch margins, page numbers. Each paper will have 3-5 references from the original textbook (at least 3) and other course material.