Learn how to develop your authentic leadership style.
Format: Offered Online and On-Campus
Duration: 8 weeks
Credits: 3 credits
Can you be your true self in an organizational setting and still be a leader? MBAM 602 Leadership Management Challenge approaches leadership from an organizational perspective and will allow you to comprehend various leadership styles, theories and concepts in a context that is geographically familiar. It will also challenge you to think about leadership from a global perspective and to develop your own leadership philosophy.
The text for this course features reading from over 40 prominent U.S. and international scholars. This will allow you to experience different perspectives regarding the study of leadership.
What You’ll Learn in MBAM 602
In this course, you’ll examine the concept of shared leadership in organizations and how this paradigm impacts organizational purpose, mission, vision, culture and ethics. You’ll also explore the concept of leading in a socially responsible manner.
Throughout this course, weekly topics may include but are not limited to:
- The Impact of Global Demographic Trends on Workplace Diversity
- Issues Related to the Societal Impact of Leadership
- Leadership Theories and Concepts
- Shared Leadership Concepts
- The Impact of Leadership on Organizational Culture
- Ethical Leadership and Organizational Decisions
- Change, Strategic Leadership, Vision and Mission
- The Development of Organizational Capacity
- The Global Responsibility of Organizations
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of MBAM 602, you will be able to:
- Examine different leadership theories from a scholarly perspective.
- Develop a personal philosophy of leadership.
- Investigate and draw conclusions regarding the implications of ethical leadership practices.
- Critique with objective data the impact of leadership on society.
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*Disclaimer: Course content and outcomes may vary and are subject to change without notice.