ldr300 | undergraduate
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Leadership and Power
- Compare and contrast power and leadership.
- Analyze the five sources of power.
- Describe tactics that can be used to motivate and influence others.
- Define relationship-based theories of leadership.
Individual Leadership Styles
- Explain the Five-Factor Personality Model.
- Distinguish between management or transactional theories of leadership and positive theories of leadership.
- Summarize principles of effective transformational leadership.
Developing Leadership in a Changing World
- Describe the Team Leadership Model.
- Apply principles of motivational leadership within a variety of diverse cultures.
- Appraise the effects of gender, culture, and diversity on leadership style and effectiveness.
- Evaluate key aspects of leadership within transformational and global business environments.
The Difference Between Leadership and Management
- Discuss the essential components of leadership.
- Differentiate between leadership and management.
- Evaluate the roles of leaders and managers.
Evolution and Interrelationship Among Leadership Theories
- Examine the trait theories of leadership.
- Express the behavioral theories of leadership.
- Interpret the contingency models of leadership.
- Assess the skills and situational approaches to leadership.
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