ldrp531 | Graduate
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Leadership Theories and Styles
- Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of established leadership styles.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of substitutes for leadership.
- Compare and contrast leadership theories.
Initiating and Leading Change
- Identify properties of innovative organizations and factors for successful change.
- Recommend strategies to implement change.
Culture, Power, and Politics
- Assess how organizational size and structure influence control.
- Analyze the effects of culture within an organization.
- Evaluate how managers develop and maximize power and politics.
- Summarize the impact of structure on an organization.
- Explain how organizational behavior theories shape management purpose, positions, and essential skills.
- Compare and contrast management and leadership.
- Evaluate how attitudes and emotions influence behaviors.
- Explain ways personality and values influence behaviors.
- Create a plan to increase employee motivation, satisfaction, and performance.
- Differentiate between groups and teams.
- Evaluate the challenges of communicating in groups and teams.
- Describe effective collaboration and conflict management within groups and teams.
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