BUSI 3002 - BUSI 3002/MGMT 3101 Ethical Leadership Course...

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BUSI 3002/MGMT 3101 Ethical Leadership Course Support and Calendar Information: It is highly recommended that you print the following items for your reference so that you have all key information available to you offline: This Syllabus Schedule of Assignments Term Calendar Instructor and Course Support Info Course Number and Title BUSI 3002/MGMT 3101: Ethical Leadership Credit Hours 5 quarter hours Course Description This online leadership course helps prepare students to assume a leadership role in the modern organization. The basic principles of leadership, motivational theory, the importance of communication, and current and future trends are introduced. Students assess, discuss, and learn how to apply their own styles of leadership in the workplace and the community. Emphasis is on ethical leadership through personal and interpersonal effectiveness and organizational development. Students also learn the importance of followership and the similarities between the roles of follower and leader at all levels of the organization. Course Prerequisites BUSI 1001: Introduction to Business Learning Objectives Participants will: Introduce the basic principles of leadership, motivational theory, the importance of communication, and current and future trends Analyze the concepts and practices of principle-centered leadership Explore personal and interpersonal effectiveness and organizational development Distinguish between leadership and followership, and the similarities between the roles of follower and leader at all levels of the organization Explain the historical development of motivational theory and of its impact upon leadership styles Examine and evaluate current trends of employee empowerment and team management Evaluate and apply various styles of leadership in the workplace and the community
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Explore the impact of ethics and values in leadership upon the self, the company, the employees, the community, and the global marketplace Course Materials Required Text(s) and Other Materials to Be Furnished by the Student Ciulla, J. B. (2003). The ethics of leadership . Boston: Thomson Wadsworth. Covey, S. R. (1991). Principle-centered leadership . New York: Free Press. Additional Reading For all readings not included in the course textbook, you will be directed to electronic documents on the Web. Optional Resources Grammar and Plagiarism Checking The Center for Student Success (CSS) at Walden University has partnered with service providers to provide free, automated grammar instruction and plagiarism detection to all students. These services are available via links along the left column of the Writing Center home page ( http://writingcenter.waldenu.edu/ ). Tutoring Services
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