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Critically assess the strengths and weaknesses of major theories of organisational leadership

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  • Post Date 2018-11-10T11:34:03+00:00
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Critically assess the strengths and weaknesses of major theories of organisational leadership

MGX3991 - Leadership principles and practices
Synopsis

This interactive unit examines principles and practices of leadership which are vital for aspiring leaders of the future. Through a personal
portfolio of leadership concepts, character, and competencies, students develop their potential for growth as strategic leaders of the 
21st century organisations. Inspiring stories of leadership successes and failures from exemplary leaders in the past and present will 
guide students` leadership journey to find their own authentic voice. A plethora of cutting-edge leadership materials (research articles, 
movies and videos, case studies, role-plays, games, self-assessments) will also be featured weekly to enhance students` learning 
experience.

Objectives

The learning goals associated with this unit are to:
  • critically assess the strengths and weaknesses of major theories of organisational leadership

  • formulate a framework of leadership that would help students make sense of their current and future leadership experiences

and discern critical lessons drawn

  • develop a higher self awareness of students` own personality, values, attitudes, and styles as well as strengths and weaknesses

pertinent to their leadership aspirations

  • construct a personal leadership philosophy outlining students` convictions on ethical and compassionate leadership and its

impacts on in real-world organisational contexts

  • analyse and synthesise crucial roles and positive impacts that managers and leaders can make to organisations and their

stakeholders.


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