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ORGL 1100 - Leadership in a Global Society

Description

Students learn how cultural context affects leadership style, conflict negotiation, and ethical decision making; examine how leaders might impact culture; and develop their own multicultural awareness and competencies. Contemporary cases of how leadership varies depending on cultural context are researched. Key geographical regions of the world will be analyzed from a leadership perspective, and an individual cultural experience highlighting the intersection of leadership and culture also occurs.


Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Identify the impact of culture on leadership styles
  2. Describe multicultural awareness and competencies
  3. Articulate impact of cultural context on conflict negotiation and ethical decision-making
  • Module 1 - Understanding Leadership
  • Module 2 - Recognizing Leadership Traits and Engaging Strengths
  • Module 3 - Understanding Philosophy, Styles, Tasks, and Relationships
  • Module 4 - Developing Leadership Skills
  • Module 5 - Creating a Vision. Establishing a Constructive Climate.
  • Module 6 - Embracing Diversity and Inclusion. Listening to Out-Group Members
  • Module 7 - Managing Conflict
  • Module 8 - Addressing Ethics in Leadership. Overcoming Obstacles.
3

Credit Hours

Organizational Leadership


Prerequisites

  • None

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