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3238. Leading Teams and Organizations

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: MENT 3101 or BADM 3740; open only to business majors of junior or higher status.

Grading Basis: Graded

Prepares students with practical leadership skills to lead high-performing, successful teams and organizations. It is a combination of theoretical reading and practical application to: a) equip students with cutting-edge management knowledge and theory about self-leadership, team leadership, and the leader's effect on organizational behavior, and b) provide students with opportunities for in-depth self-examination of skills, attitudes, and behaviors to increase self-awareness of leadership competencies and develop them into more effective leaders. Drawing on key management and leadership theories, students will learn to make effective decisions, motivate and influence others, facilitate team collaboration and teamwork, managing diversity and conflicts, lead for creativity and innovation, and initiate and implement change to help your team and organization thrive in today's dynamic, competitive, and global marketplace. The course uses a variety of teaching methods including cases, video, simulations, discussions, and exercises to enrich student learning. Formerly offered as MGMT 3238.

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