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Leadership And Supervision In Retail Capstone

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This is the capstone course for retail fundamentals. The course provides students with the opportunity to integrate and apply learning from their program of student in a comprehensive manner. Students will demonstrate competency and skills in the leadership and supervisory function of retailing. Emphasis will be on a practical skill-building approach to leadership and supervision so students develop skills that can be applied within the retail environment. Students will examine leadership styles, management principles, ethics and social responsibility, conflict resolution, and culturally diverse aspects of leadership.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Globalization, Conflict, and Change

    • Analyze external challenges affecting supervision.
    • Describe the types of conflict and resolution strategies.
    • Examine change management strategies to influence organizational growth.

    Fundamentals of Supervision

    • Define the four functions in the management process as it relates to supervision.
    • Discuss goal-setting programs and their impact on supervision.
    • Examine the concept of a learning organization and how it influences organizational designs and supervisors.

    Fundamentals of Supervision and Decision-Making

    • Analyze the importance of human resource management and its impact on staffing and recruiting.
    • Explain the importance of controlling on supervision and cost reduction.
    • Compare decision-making styles to enhance the decision-making process.

    Motivation and Leading

    • Examine motivation theories and their application to enhance employee performance.
    • Examine leadership styles and their impact on organizational effectiveness.
    • Differentiate between managing and leading, and their influence on motivation.

    Communication and Leadership

    • Discuss communication, the communication process, and its influence on supervision.
    • Create communication strategies to enhance supervision and information flow.
    • Explain the role of performance appraisals to enhance employee performance.
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