Syllabus_1112_f_10 _ revised 11-11-10

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StOC 1112 Communicating Leadership Tuttleman Learning Center 101 11:00 – 12:20  Fall Semester - 2010 Dr. Tracey Weiss PRELIMINARY COURSE SYLLABUS Office: Weiss Hall 229 Phone:    215-925-4111* (best number to leave a message) 215-204-9457 Email:  [email protected]   [email protected] Office Hours:  T 12:30- 1:30   R 12:30- 1:30 Additional office hours available by  appointment Teaching Assistant:  Weidan Cao Office: Weiss Hall, Adjunct Office, Room  223 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: F 11:30- 12:30 Required Texts:
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Leadership: A Communication Perspective  (5th ed.) Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press. Bennis, Warren. (2003).  Becoming a Leader: The Leadership Classic.  New York, NY:  Basic Books. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will introduce you to leadership studies from a communication perspective.  Through all course activities (e.g., readings, discussion, and case studies) you will gain a  broad understanding of how leadership emerges and is enacted on a daily basis through  communication. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES   At the completion of this course, you will: Have a broad knowledge of the diversity of  perspectives on leadership. Have an in-depth knowledge of the relationship  between communication and leadership and the  theories that seek to explain that relationship. Be able to produce creative and critical verbal and  written analyses of leadership theory and  processes. Be able to utilize knowledge of leadership in  everyday interactions. 2
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Have expanded capacity for leadership, as  leader/follower, and understand how to continue  developing leadership abilities.  ASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTIONS Exams –  (3 exams; 700 points total) The material for exams will be drawn from assigned  readings, class lecture, discussion and class exercises.  The format of exams will be some combination of  multiple choice, T/F and short answer. Assignment One – Option #1  Student Leadership Conference Participation and  Reflection Paper     (50 points) Conference: On Saturday, October 2 nd     Paper    Due: October 7, 2010 On Saturday, October 2 nd   from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Student Center the Temple  University Office of Leadership Development will host a day-long conference focused on  self-awareness and the tools to understanding yourself as a leader. Participants will work  in both large and small groups to better understand themselves as a precursor to improved  leadership ability.  The agenda will include an opening speaker, interactive activities,  leadership assessments, and small group discussions.  The requirement of this 
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