Leadership & Management in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition
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- 29 May 2023
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At the completion of this subject a student should be able to:
- Analyse roles, characteristics and responsibilities of leaders and managers within Catholic institutions;
- Interpret the relationship that exists between leaders/management, culture and performance;
- Critique values involved in leading and managing a Catholic faith-based institution; and
- Apply complex leadership skills and values to specific issues of leadership in Catholic institutions"
- Communication, team leadership, and strategic leadership; management theory and practice in the context of Catholic leadership.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
No additional requirements
This subject provides an in-depth exploration of contemporary business leadership and management theory and practice in the context of Catholic leadership. It examines skills and competencies required of contemporary business leaders including influence, communication, team leadership, and strategic leadership. It also examines application and assessment of these skills and competencies in a Catholic institutional setting.
100% Continuous assessment comprising; - Contemporary ideas paper - Case study paper - Leadership project
- Contemporary Ideas Paper (15%)
- Case Study Paper (25%)
- Leadership Project (60%)
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