Emotional Intelligence &
Social Intelligence
Lecture conducted by
Induranga De Silva
MBA (Skkim Manipal University,India),MBCS (The British Computer Society,UK),MSc University of Peradeniya(reading),
HND in Computing(Edexcel International UK), Advanced G-
Authentic Leadership
Skill 3: Your Motivations
Lecture conducted by
Induranga De Silva
MBA (Skkim Manipal University,India),MBCS (The British Computer Society,UK),MSc University of Peradeniya(reading),
HND in Computing(Edexcel International UK), Advanced
Authentic Leadership
Overview & Context
Lecture conducted by
Induranga De Silva
MBA (Skkim Manipal University,India),MBCS (The British Computer Society,UK),MSc University of Peradeniya(reading),
HND in Computing(Edexcel International UK), Advanced G-Tech
Authentic Leadership
Skill 1: Self Awareness
Lecture conducted by
Induranga De Silva
MBA (Skkim Manipal University,India),MBCS (The British Computer Society,UK),MSc University of Peradeniya(reading),
HND in Computing(Edexcel International UK), Advanced G-
Lecture 1 a)
Introduction to Leadership
HRM 3150
Gavin Andrews
Learning objectives
Explain the meaning of leadership and identify how it is
different from management.
Identify major leadership roles.
Understand leadership as a partnership. Describe eff
Leadership Behaviours,
Attitudes and Styles
MGT 3150
Gavin Andrews
Learning objectives
Define the two general categories of leadership behaviour
Describe 5 task orientated attitudes and behaviours
Describe 5 relationship attitudes and behaviours
Descr
Power, Politics & Leadership
MGT 3150
Jennie OConnor
Dr Jennie OConnor
MGT3150 Module Leader
Learning Objectives
By the end of the lecture and after undertaking independent research
you will be able to:
2
Learning Objectives
Context
Personal
Presentation
Charismatic and Transformational
Leadership
HRM 3150
Gavin Andrews
Learning objectives
Understand the meaning and types of charismatic leadership.
Describe the traits, characteristics and behaviours of charismatic
leaders.
Explain the visionary nature
Lecture 2
Traits, Motives and Characteristics
HRM 3150
Gavin Andrews
Learning objectives
Identify the general and task related traits associated with effective
leaders.
Identify 4 key task related motives associated with effective
leadership.
Describe
ORGANIZATIONAL
BEHAVIOR
Charm Rammandala
Dip in International Trade, Shipping & Logistics Institute of Commercial Studies
BA(Hons) Management Middlesex University
PGD in Business Administration London School of Commerce
MBA(finance) - UWIC
OBJECTIVES
LEAR
Sustainable Labour Costing and its impact on the globalized Apparel Industry
The purpose of this essay is to understand what is the sustainable labour costing and its importance to
the image of labour intensive apparel manufacturing industry.
We see a tre
Chapter 1- What Leaders Really Do
Leadership & Management;
- complementary systems of action
- most are overmanaged, underled
- strong management, strong leadership balance each other
Difference Between Leadership & Management
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Solutions to Odd-Numbered Exercises 407
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Solutions to Odd-Numbered Exercises 401
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Since u is equal to c on some disc centered at 20, the interval [0, 6) lies in A for some 6 > 0;
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Appendix 2 A Table of Conformal Mappings 391
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inverse mapping.
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APPENDIX 2
A Table of Conformal Mappings
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shaded regions.
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APPENDIX 3
A Table of Laplace Transforms
u(x); u(x) = 0 ifx < 0
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Appendix 1 Locating the Zeros of a Polynomial 387
To ﬁt the theorem to our context, we take p1 = p and p2 = p’, the derivative
of p. Simple calculus shows that condition (3) holds; that is, that the sign of pp’
changes from minus to plus as x passes throu
1. If you were Palmer at the end of the case, how would you respond?
Working on two vastly different projects was beginning to have a negative effect on his personal
life, since the additional hours required to keep up with his workload was creating tensi
Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making
Business Scenario
Decisions in Paradise: How To Be, or Not To Be
Introduction:
My name is Nik. I spell my name a little differently. But, with so many folks named Nicholas,
Nicolette, Nicole, Nikoleta, Niko
Math 70 Essentials
I. Mathematics of nance. Main topics:
Simple interest: A = P (1 + rt)
Compound interest: A = P (1 + i)n , i = r/m
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Future value of an annuity: F V = P M T (1+ii
Present value of an annuity: P V = P M T
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San Jose State University
Math 70, Fall 2009
Sample Final Exam
Name:
Score
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1. Consider the following system of linear equations:
x1 x2
=4
3x1 + kx2 = 7.
(a) For which k does the system have a unique solution?
(b) For which k is the syst
San Jose State University
Math 70, Fall 2009
Quiz 3 solution
Name: Granwyth Hulatberi
An experiment consists of tossing three fair (not weighted) coins, except one of the three coins
has a head on both sides. Compute the probability of obtaining 2 heads.
San Jose State University
Math 70, Fall 2009
Quiz 2 Solution
Name: XYZ
Solve using the augmented matrix method:
3x1 2x2 = 3
6x1 + 4x2 = 6.
Solution: The augmented matrix of the system is
3 2 | 3
.
6 4 | 6
Multiplying the rst row by 2 and adding it to the