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ADMG 573 - Global Leadership and Supervision


Description:
Presents an overview of effective international leadership concepts and techniques in three areas; self development, team development, and supervisory development. Students will be introduces to concepts and techniques as they relate to understanding leadership and supervision.

Prerequisites:
Co- or prerequisite: ADMG 501.

Credits:
(4)

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

  • Assess, explore and apply their leadership potential by understanding their personality preferences, conflict resolution style, world-view, and core values.
  • Learn major leadership theories and develop the ability to recognize what theories are applicable to be effective in a real-world global work environment.
  • Effectively develop and apply techniques that build a positive organizational climate, build effective teams, and identify techniques which build individual morale and efficiency in the workplace.
  • Examine theory, research, and practices that are relevant to organizational effectiveness, leadership, supervision, and change.
  • Articulate and apply progressive reward and discipline guidelines using comprehensive and apply an overview of major leadership theories.
  • Develop a personal five year leadership growth plan and Leadership Philosophy.
  • Use APA (7th ed.) format in writing and business communications.

Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
5/17/2012

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