Leadership and Ethics
Trace connections between emotional intelligence, interpersonal skills and organisational performance. Highlight different managerial styles. See how good managers wield specific skills when delegating, assessing performance and resolving conflict.
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- 20 Jul 2020
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On successful completion of this subject you will be able to :
- apply leadership concepts and practices to a range of organisational settings
- recognise own behaviour, skills and aptitudes relevant to your role as a leader and manager, and identify appropriate avenues for ongoing professional development
- develop effective practices for dealing with diversity and cross-cultural management issues
- improve organisational performance and productivity by considering contemporary views on the alignment of people and organisations
- devise and design solutions to problems which commonly face managerial leaders by applying theoretical frameworks and research findings.
- Leading people and organisations
- Research and theory: management
- Research and theory: business
- Research and theory: leadership
- From theory to practice
- Leading self
- Building personal resilience
- Building cultural resilience
- Personal and professional development
- Leading others
- Achieving results
- Preparing your professional leadership development plan
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
- RMI-BUSM4521-Design Thinking for Business (Executive)
No special requirements
This subject aims to develop leadership capacities, such as being able to ethically influence others and thereby improve the performance of organisations. Drawing on your experience as a manager, you will learn not only from the reading materials but also from comparisons and contrasts between what you read and what you are experiencing in your workplace.
- Case Study (35%)
- Weekly Contribution (15%)
- Individual essay (50%)
Check the learning management system (LMS) of your university for textbook details.