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Fall 2013
Dec 06,2022
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Headlines continually evidence the difference made by the presence or absence of leadership, which emerges and is achieved in many ways. This course is designed to help develop this core competence in Management majors in a supportive active learning environment. Several areas covered are introduced theoretically in Managing Organizational Behavior. This course has a practical focus, and addresses key leadership aspects at a more advanced "hands on" level. It builds specific proficiencies for real world use when seeking to successfully and ethically lead others through the challenges and toward opportunities in today's intricate organizational contexts. Reflecting the dynamic nature of the leadership subject it teaches, this course progresses on several levels. First, self-assessment provides the baseline for student self-awareness of his/her leadership inclination and readiness, and becomes a continuing feature of the course. Next, foundational knowledge of leadership introduced in Managing Organizational Behavior is translated into practical strategy and skill. Real-world leadership scenarios and cases are analyzed throughout to deepen understanding of strategy, impact, and results. Finally, students experience and assess leadership firsthand through an integrated "leadership lab" that provides the course experiential component.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Management Department

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