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Leadership In Action Project
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Building Emotionally Intelligent Organizations
- Describe an emotionally intelligent organization.
- Summarize the contributors to an emotionally intelligent organization.
- Explain how emotionally intelligent organizations contribute to performance.
Action Learning Project: Combining Strategy and Leadership
- Contrast how strategy and leadership drive effective management decisions.
- Evaluate work action project.
- Describe resonant leadership.
- Explain the role of emotional intelligence in resonant leadership.
- Contrast resonant leadership from other leadership approaches.
- Explain how resonant leadership impacts organizational performance.
- Synthesize major management strategy approaches.
- Evaluate a management decision for work action project.
- Develop a strategic approach for work action project.
Improving Leadership Skills
- Analyze leadership skills to support work action project.
- Develop strategy to gain buy-in for work action project.
Leadership Vision, Emotional Intelligence, and Teams
- Describe leadership vision.
- Analyze how leadership vision connects to organizational performance.
- Evaluate emotional intelligence characteristics to impact team performance.
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