Leadership Theory and Practice fosters an understanding of the difference between leadership and management, gain familiarity with recent leadership theories, and an d a understand of how to create long-asting, transformational change.
Leadership and Organizations uses cases and simulations to explore how theories of behavior apply to individuals and groups within organizations.
The Future of Work takes Organizational Behavior and Human Resources perspectives to consider the technological and demographic trends which are heralding the future of our work lives, and how executives and managers need to prepare for them.
Leading the Strategic Change Process focuses on key tasks in leading the strategic change process in organizations, creating a shared understanding of the present and desired states of the organization, creating a shared urgent need for change, a change vision and the belief that change is possible, and finally leading the change transition process.
Negotiation Strategies develops negotiation and dispute-resolution skills through simulations set in dyads, groups, and multilateral contexts within and between organizations and across cultures.
Strategic Crisis Management provides managers with conceptual tools to successfully master high-pressure, complex crisis scenarios. Topics include issue and media management, dealing with activists and interest groups, and surviving legal, legislative, and regulatory challenges.
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