Organizational Managerial Leadership

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  • Power-influence Approach
  • Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Capacity for Hard Work
  • Capacity to inspire People

 

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Individual Research Final Assignment and PowerPoint Presentation.

Present a PowerPoint Presentation on the research topic:Organizational Managerial Leadership

Bulletin Description

Organizational Behavior is an upper-level course in the MGT course portfolio.  The pre-requisite is MGT 351.  The course objective is to help students understand, manage, and lead people at work.  A behavioral approach is used to investigate individual and group dynamics, decision-making, and behaviors.  Topics to be explored include diversity, personality, attribution, motivation, team development, leadership, conflict, stress, change, and emotional intelligence.  Gender issues that affect women in the workplace as they apply to each topic will be discussed, with special emphasis on past and current in equalities, and possible remedies will be explored.  Of special interest to Women Studies are topics such as “The Glass Ceiling”, Networking, Mentoring and Gender Communication.

Objectives

  • Identify and Explain the evolution of organizational behavior and leadership theories.
  • Recognize the determinants and influences on individual behavior in the workplace.
  • Understand the effects of culture and diversity in the workplace
  • Develop ethical judgment relating to the decision-making process across genders
  • Analyze motivational needs of a diverse work population
  • Utilize team development processes
  • Learn stress control methods
  • Improve interpersonal communications
  • Identify and implement leadership skills
  • Learn the basics of emotional intelligence

Learning Objectives —Competencies

 The Wilkes University Business Program defines competencies as the skills, tools, methods, and thought process that can be applied to organizational decision-making.   Organizational Behavior includes the following competencies: data collection, analysis, and interpretation, using

  • quantitative and qualitative methods
  • research sources, both secondary and primary
  • thought processes, including critical and analytical thinking
  • innovative/creative/entrepreneurial thinking
  • decision-making in a dynamic systems context
  • implementation of decisions, including leadership and management skills, communication skills, and interpersonal skills

Learning Objectives — Sensitivities

The Wilkes University Business Program defines Sensitivities as an awareness of the contextual environment that influences organizational decision-making.

Organizational Behavior includes the following Sensitivities:

  • Ethical- fairness, integrity, justice, norms, objectivity, values
  • Diversity – age, cultural, economic, educational, ethnic, geographical, individual, physical and mental challenges, political, racial, religious, gender, social.
  • Change Orientation, including adaptability, flexibility, life-long learning, open-mindedness, risk assessment, responsiveness.
  • Change Orientation, including adaptability, flexibility, life-long learning, open-mindedness, risk assessment, responsiveness.

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