Ideally your colleagues will include at least one of your managers, and at least two each of your peers and your direct reports. Research, Practice and Development 2nd Ed.
I do expect a certain level of self-challenge in the goals the student outlines.
In this domain, students broaden and deepen their capacity to make a difference at ever-widening levels of system. Accordingly, this course will provide an overview of topics such as strengths-based and positive approaches to talent management, performance management, training and development, job design and job crafting, employee empowerment, managing diversity, virtuous downsizing, and job satisfaction.
HA Can understand and apply principles of effective intercultural communication to issues of global leadership. The Cultural Orientations Guide 6th ed. I then assign each student a particular role and agenda within that scenario. United States of America, pp. Can analyze issues and problems from a global perspective.
In the last class you will also give a brief presentation of your results. You will receive the role play in advance along with specific instructions about your particular role.
There are many different feedback tools available; use the one that is appropriate for your organization. This structure gives you the freedom to work on your leadership skills without the pressure of an overly detailed measure of success.
It should have at least a one year horizon. Action Plan and Results Based on your Self-Assessment and the results from the Distributed Leadership Survey, you will create an Action Plan, a plan to improve specific areas of your leadership abilities during this course.
It may have different components.
One of the readings is about the Distributed Leadership Model which is used here at Sloan. How do we get work done? Leading Across Cultures 3rd ed. Use OCW to guide your own life-long learning, or to teach others.
The Journal is your scrapbook of leadership in the raw. While historically, scholars and practitioners have been primarily concerned with what goes wrong in organizations and how to remedy problems, the positive approach focuses on what works, and how to capitalize on strengths.
Jane Collins in France Case Study. Most weeks we will have the same two key components: Course Resources To buy your books, go to http: I do not script the role play, the interaction is an improvisation created by the students.
We will focus in-depth on the research and principles of POS and the approach to topics. The area of focus for each student usually changes each week. This Journal is where you will record and analyze your own leadership opportunities through the lens of your Action Plan: At the end of the course you will hand in a written report of your Action Plan and the Results you achieved.
I expect them to describe each strength or weakness with a paragraph, including examples. Part of the role play is deciding if, when and how to divulge any additional information.
Drawing from positive psychology principles, this course along with the other courses in the Positive Human Resource Development concentration is designed to attend to the ever-changing market needs of the HR function to go beyond the administrative role of HR and actively cultivate and support a flourishing, positive organization.View the Leadership and Management Foundations of Leadership Syllabus at University of Notre Dame.
Register Now Classroom Login. In today's global workforce it is imperative for management to have the skills to build effective teams in diverse business settings. Foundations of Leadership Syllabus. Lecture # Subject Title:. It has grown into a global field of study called Positive Organizational Scholarship.
Course Syllabus Leadership in Organizations Course Syllabus Managing Organizational Change Taught by Karen Golden-Biddle, University of Alberta. COURSE SYLLABUS. B Leadership in Global and Multicultural Organizations. Faculty Information.
Faculty Name: Bharat Thakkar, Ph.D. Lastly, create a master list of leadership characteristics and skills essential for leading global organizations, teams and managing conflict. Compare your list with at least 2 other students.
Global Leadership Course Description. Developing intercultural competence is imperative to success in the global workplace. This course will help students develop the skills necessary to interact globally whether at home or abroad.
TEACHING PLAN FOR INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT 1. Basic description Name of the course: International Management The second section of the course builds on the first section and analyses global organizational forms and international strategies.
Its focus is on the strategic challenges c. Managing global competitive dynamics d. Leadership Management in a Global Context Syllabus - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. leadership.Download