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Leadership: Course Outline

Leadership is not a new concept and has been discussed for years. One main difference between leadership and management is the process of obtaining results through individuals.

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Learning Outcome

At the end of this course, the students should be able to

  • Explain the underlying theories and current research findings for effective leadership behaviors in the workplace. 
  • Apply different leadership styles to lead effectively in their personal and professional settings.
  • Explore, articulate and synthesis leadership choices in making business decisions and ethical judgments. 
  • Evaluate others as well as their own leadership and managerial potential.
  • Identify the individual & situational characteristics that affect leadership effectiveness.
  • Develop effective leaders and followership.

Course Outline

  • Introduction/Ice Breaking & Introduction to leadership
  • Leaders as an individuals: A personal side of Leadership
  • Contingent Perspective of Leadership
  • Heart, Mind and Morality of Leaders
  • Followership 
  • Leadership Communication 
  • Leading Through Vision
  • Leadership In Practice (Guest Speaker) Mid Term  (1st Half)
  • Leading through Power & Politics (2nd Half)
  • Motivation and Empowerment
  • Leading team and Diversity 
  • Gust Speaker 
  • Leading Change and Learning 
  • Group Quiz Round 
  • Final Presentation

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