JLE165: PHILOSOPHY OF LEADERSHIP
This course is designed to assist the student in identifying leadership styles and in developing skills. Topics include: leadership inventory, personal vs. position power, personality types and how they relate to supervisory and leadership skills, positive self-talk, and the impact of good leadership on an organization. This is a pass/no pass course, .5 - 3 units, 16 - 120 hours.
- Identify three levels of the mind and understand how they affect decision-making.
- Identify positive and negative aspects of leadership styles and how they impact others.
- Recognize how attitude influences leadership success or failure.
- Compare and contract constructive vs. restrictive motivation.
- Explain how self-image controls performance.
- Demonstrate positive self-talk in a supervisory or leadership setting.
- Distinguish between Newtonian and Whiteheadian styles of leadership and their effect on organizational effectiveness
- Discuss how leaders in an organization can positively or negatively influence the organizational culture.