Identify the manager’s role on both personal and organisational levels. Strengthen your ability to manage conflict, negotiate workplace difficulties and coach team performance. Demonstrate your knowledge by developing a leadership learning plan.
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- 29 May 2023
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- evaluate personal management competencies, and then apply learning principles in the design of a development plan
- appraise and analyse the contemporary management challenges and paradoxes embedded in the Competing Values Framework, both locally and globally
- applying relevant theoretical and conceptual frameworks to managerial effectiveness, critically analyse suppositions within the literature
- Models of Leadership and Management
- Learning Styles and Organizational Behaviour
- Working and Living with Different Personality Types
- Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness
- The Leader as Coach: Managing Performance
- Communication: Interpersonal
- Conflict Management
- Negotiation Skills
- Strengths, Positive Psychology and Leadership
- Managing Upwards
- Establishing your Vision/Life Plan
- Managing Life Stress
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
Development of key leadership and management skills with the goal of enhancing managerial effectiveness. Development of effective strategies for organisational learning, coaching, time management, negotiation, stress management and communication, clarifying personal and professional vision, as well as examining the developing roles of managers in regional and global environments.
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- Critical Analysis and Reflection (35%)
- Case Study (35%)
- Presentation (30%)
Current study term: 28 May 23 to 27 Aug 23
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