Leadership: Advanced Perspectives


Course Objective

Academic and Research Skills:
Understand processes of leadership and learning at the individual,
interpersonal, and team/organizational levels of analysis, and ability
to connect these concepts and levels of analysis to one another.

Knowledge of Theory + Methods and Solving Complex Problems:
Know and understand theories about leadership, leader-subordinate
relations and organizational learning and being able to apply them in
the organizational setting.

Professional Social Skills:
Know and understand how organizational resources and processes allow one
to emerge as a leader, and understand practices to acquire these
resources in the organization. Ability to clarify one’s values and
vision and to use them as anchors in one’s leadership behavior. Ability
to share leadership.

Horizon Beyond Professional Area:
Ability to reflect on the effects of leadership on employees,
organizations, society and the environment.

Self-Reflective Professional:
Demonstrate self-awareness of the psychological resources needed for
effective and sustainable leadership, and practice methods to build
one’s own psychological resources (including the ability to confront
one’s ‘dark’ inclinations).

General Information

Course Code E_BA_LAP
Credits 6 EC
Period P2
Course Level 400
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator dr. E. Doci
Examiner dr. E. Doci
Teaching Staff dr. E. Doci

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