Feb 01, 2023  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ADMG 372 - Leadership and Supervision

Develop leadership techniques and behavioral traits to improve productivity of supervisors and leaders in the workplace, and enhance interpersonal skills for career success.

Credits: (4)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Apply major leadership theories (e.g. situational, transformational)
  • Articulate and Identify differences between management and leadership
  • Identify personal traits and characteristics associated with effective leaders applied to actual leadership scenarios
  • Assess, explore, apply, and synthesize personal leadership traits and skills, and general professionalism potential
  • Apply, and evaluate mechanisms that enhance positive morale and motivational effectiveness
  • Apply the mechanisms that enhance effectiveness in 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, strategic planning, and assessment
  • Assess and apply change theory related to organizations (e.g. Kotter, The Four Frames)
  • Observe and facilitate the application of techniques for facilitating effective persuasion, problem-solving, and conflict resolution in relation to interpersonal communication skills with direct reports, co-workers, and supervisors
  • Articulate the benefits of cultural competency and diversity in the workplace
  • Apply, articulate, and evaluate progressive discipline guidelines
  • Develop and document a Professional Development Plan

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