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Application of Management Principles & Behavior for Leadership in Organization

Course Description

The course will examine the contemporary principles, techniques, and research findings in management and organizational behavior, leading to high performance and effective leadership. We will discuss concepts associated with continuous improvement in individual and group processes. We will give specific attention to the following areas: Organizational Behaviors, Diversity in Organization, Attitudes and Job Satisfaction, Personality and Values, Perceptions and Individual Decision Making, Motivation Concepts, Foundations of Group Behavior, Communication, Leadership, Power and Politics, and Conflict and Negotiation.

The course will be taught with a combination of lectures and experiential learning techniques. You will have the opportunity to gain insight into your own strengths and weaknesses as a learner. The instructor will utilize Interactive activities such as web-based exercises, point counter-point debates, discussions on ethical dilemmas, case study analysis, self-analysis techniques, and role-plays to make the course content meaningful and relevant.

Successful completion of this course will enable you to:
• Understand your own management style as it relates to influencing and managing behavior in an organization's systems
• Enhance critical thinking and analysis skills
• Strengthen research, writing, and presentation skills.

Prerequisites

Students should be prepared for a good amount of reading, homework assignments, and class activities. The course will not require any prerequisites or prior experience. Any sophomore, junior, or senior high school student interested in the subject matter may take this course. The only requirements for this course are an open mind and high motivation to learn about psychology, behavior, and management.

Sections

One Section Available to Choose From:

Online sections of Pre-College courses are offered in one of the following modalities: Asynchronous, Mostly asynchronous, or Blended. Please review full information regarding the experience here.


Dates: June 27, 2022 - July 15, 2022
Duration: 3 Weeks
Meeting Times: M-F 12:15P-3:05P
Status: Closed
Format: On-Campus
Instructor(s): Shaila Khan
Course Number: 10207