Course Code: LED 901

Credit hours: 3

Course Overview:

This course is defined as the “approach” for an individual person (often a leader) to lead members toward organizational goals that are aligned with corporate strategy. At the same time, this course is designed to enable students to look back on their own professional careers and apply key lessons learned to their actual work place. Applying theories and concepts covered in the classroom in this way, helps students to deepen their understanding and to internalize contents. Specifically, the course uses a series of business cases to examine possible solutions the protagonist (a business manager or a corporate division chief featured in the case) can adopt to lead his or her organization out of an event or challenge that occurs in the case.



Course Objective:

Upon Course Completion, the participant should be able to:

1- Understand the inner conflicts and personal growth during organizational change
2-Understand Empowerment-base leadership
3-Develop group management & team leading
4- Maintain leadership styles during times of emergency

Topics to be covered:

  • Theories of Motivation

  • Theories of Leadership

  • Theories of Organizational Behavior

  • Organizational Psychology

  • Development of Knowledge

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