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ORGL 1500 - Profiles of Leaders

Description

The objective of this course is to focus on the basic principles of personal and interpersonal leadership through the exploration of various leaders. It uses the case study method to analyze several well-known leaders. Students will explore the motivation, decision-making, time management, power, team building, conflict resolution, and change management of pivotal leaders.


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

  1. Identify leadership characteristics
  2. Articulate leadership strategies and motivation
  3. Describe successful leadership skills
  • Module 1: Conceptualizing Leadership
  • Module 2: Leadership Philosophy and Styles
  • Module 3: Tasks, Relationships, and Leadership Skills
  • Module 4: Vision to Establish a Constructive Environment
  • Module 5: Leadership in Diverse Environments
  • Module 6: Conflict and Ethics in Leadership
  • Module 7: Overcoming Obstacles
  • Module 8: Putting it All Together
3

Credit Hours

Organizational Leadership


Prerequisites

  • None

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