The MBA in Leadership focuses on learning professional communication, team building and conflict resolution. Students learn how to set clear goals and objectives and how to effectively manage a team. Some courses included are: Business Ethics, Business Policy and Strategy and Coaching & Mentoring. Graduates can pursue work in Corporate management, Consultancy, Motivational speaking and Team building.
Leadership in Volatile Times is a program offered completely online at IE. Over the course of five weeks, students learn strategies to employ during difficult times in business. Students also learn how to identify global factors that affect business and how to turn them into success. Another component of this program is understanding new technologies and how they are integrated in modern business. Students in this program are typically business owners and managers.
At Suffolk University when completing the Leadership minor, students will learn how to create a positive culture, establish an engaged workforce, and lead varied multi-ethnic teams. Students will also take part in leadership experiences delivered by the Leadership Journey Program.
The leadership minor mixes leadership concepts with experimental learning. Suffolk’s leadership minor differentiates itself from other programs in that the leadership concepts trained in the classroom and the Leadership Journey Program’s experimental learning are completely integrated to make the most of a student’s leadership development.
Business students are required to select four elective courses (12 credit hours) and College of Arts and Science students must choose 5 courses (12 credit hours).
A company’s success and its ability to sustain its competitive advantage depend essentially on the talent of its people. A student’s can learn how to progress their leadership skills – recognising their strengths and weaknesses and inspire individuals and teams in their company to reach their full potential.
This program is intended for senior executives and general managers, as well as human resource professionals who look to improve their leadership competencies so they can enhance personal and organisational effectiveness.
The program blends a selection of dynamic learning systems such as personal training, role-play, interactive lectures, workshops and case studies. These work together to improve leadership performance.
Each organisation has to outline the competencies that its leaders must cultivate to be able to apply the strategy and fulfil the mission. This will make sure a company’s long-term competitiveness.
However, as a manager moves up the organisation, the challenges of time and responsibility expose new shortcomings, so they may need help to assess themselves and develop the abilities they need to lead effectively. A student can improve their self-knowledge and expand their personal improvement strategy with the help of a professional coach.
Management skills are persistent and observable actions that permit success in the performance of the management of the organisation. Therefore, these are behaviours that can be appraised and developed for improvement.
Bircham University’s Executive Leadership program unites the major conjectures and practices of global business and leadership. The program provides a broad perspective on enterprises and their changes through various case studies and reports from the managers and executives at top businesses. It encompasses capstone material that focusses on the challenges facing managers of today.
Subjects covered on this course include: Organizational Behaviour, Organizational Leadership, Innovation Management, Decision Making & Analysis, Human Resources Management, Business Management, Entrepreneurship Leadership, Coaching & Leadership and Coaching Strategies. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each. This module can be combined or completed with other modules from this faculty.
The Executive Leadership course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree programs.