Part One: Action EquationDevelop an action equation for your organization (or the last organization for which you worked). The action equation should address overall leadership strategy or leadership strategy for a specific project or goal. An example of an action equation is found in Table 6.1 in the textbook.Include these criteria in this assignment:1. Use the material in the textbook from chapter 3 (â€œDoâ€), chapter 4 (â€œKnowâ€), chapter 5 (â€œFeelâ€), and chapter 6 (“Why Nots”) as a guideline.2. Focus on what employees or team members need to do.3. Expand on what employees or team members need to know.4. Culminate with what they need to feel to take the right actions.5. Include at least six items in the â€œDoâ€ category, four items in the â€œKnowâ€ category, two items in the â€œFeelâ€ category, and two â€œWhy Nots.â€â€¢ This section should be 250-500 words. Part Two: Conversation PlatformDevelop a conversation platform for your organization (or the last organization for which you worked). The conversation platform should combine the most pertinent elements of the action equation into a simple five-piece message set. An example of a conversation platform is found in Figure 7.2 in the textbook.The conversation platform should include:1. A core message (the middle box in Figure 7.2), which is the essence of what leadership wants employees to do. This core message or “cause” should be no more than two sentences in length and create a motivational connection that will make employees want to take action.2. A set of four building blocks (the outer boxes) that support the core message. Each building block should contain an action that supports the core message (two sentences at the most).Each building block should also contain a list of four to eight proof points that relate words with actions. The proof points may describe specific actions or ideas that support the building blocks.â€¢ This section should be 250-500 wordsPart Three: People ChannelUsing the People Channel Dynamic in Figure 2.1 in the textbook, create a specific People Channel for your organization (or the last organization for which you worked).1. Include specific individuals that align with these roles: senior leadership, managers, frontline supervisors, and employees.2. Identify at least one person at each level (ideally more) and include yourself. The levels in your organization may not be identical to those in the example.3. Describe what methods are typically used to communicate between these levels. These methods may include, but are not limited to: face-to-face conversations, meetings, conferences, newsletters, e-mails, text messages, intranet, net meetings, and corporate broadcasts.â€¢ This section should be 250-500Part Four: Final PaperIn a 500-750-word paper, answer these questions about the final assignment:1. Why do effective leaders need an action equation?2. What are the advantages of narrowing strategic messages into a conversation platform?3. Why is the People Channel critical to effective leadership communication?Identify at least two key takeaways from this course and explain how you will apply them to your leadership.Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is/is not required.This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.