Oct 20, 2020
ADMG 572 - Leadership and Supervision (Put on reserve 9/16/19)
Develop leadership techniques and behavior traits to improve productivity of supervisors and leaders in the workplace, while enhancing interpersonal skills for career success. (Put on reserve 9/16/19, will go inactive 8/24/22)
Prerequisite: graduate standing.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Comprehend and apply an overview of major leadership theories.
- Articulate and identify the differences between managing and leading.
- Identify personal traits and characteristics associated with effective leaders (e.g. Big 5, Emotional Intelligence) applied to dyadic, team, and organizational relationships.
- Through the use of the Type-Focus (MBTI Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) and classroom activities, enable students to assess, explore and apply their leadership potential through the interaction of their personality preferences, conflict resolution style, world-view, and core values.
- Comprehend and apply the mechanisms that enhance positive morale.
- Comprehend and apply the mechanisms that enhance the effectiveness of building, motivating, and leading teams.
- Apply the responsibilities and limits of leadership on supporting and encouraging an ethical organizational and/or working culture.
- Identify and document the relationships and differences between organizational mission, vision, core values/assumptions, strategic planning, and assessment.
- Assess and apply change theory related to organizations.
- Using the instructor and an example, observe and facilitate problem-solving, and conflict resolution with direct reports, co-workers, and supervisors.
- Articulate the benefits of cultural competency and diversity in the workplace.
- Articulate and apply progressive discipline guidelines.
- Practice and evaluate individual inter-personal skills for career effectiveness.
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