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Mgmt 101: Leadership for the Future


Leadership skills and abilities can be learned for the betterment of the individual, organization, and world; however, society and technology are changing the nature of the workplace, which is causing dramatic challenges for both business and governments. In this course, students will learn about the practical application of transformational leadership for the world of the future, including charismatic leadership tactics, storytelling for influence, and inspirational speaking techniques. We will also cover decision making, nonlinear thinking techniques, as well as the importance of empathy and care for the people that you lead. The course also includes an examination of the coming changes to the workplace and explores the implications for business leaders and stakeholders in advanced economies, including artificial intelligence, robotics, sociological changes, globalization, and corporate social responsibility. The key question we tackle in this course is: "What are the challenges for future leaders and what do I need to know to achieve important personal and organizational goals?”

3 Credits

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for Mgmt 101
  • Lecture: Web-based Lecture for Mgmt 101
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