This course outlines how leaders need to have a deep and nuanced understanding of individuals behavior in an organizational setting. The key to successful leadership in today’s world is not by authority but by influence. The focus will be to create effective leadership and to understand the difference in management and leadership.
Understanding the leadership concept through two perspectives: Leader as Influencer and the Leader as Organizational Architect. It will help you understand how leaders affect followers behavior directly as influencers and indirectly as crafters of organizational structures. Major topics that will be covered:
Upon completion of the program participants will have a deeper understanding of human behavior and the other factors that can enhance or detract from motivation. Candidates will be able to view the function of the leadership in a structured manner. The course will help individuals to advance their leadership skills and enhance their strongest traits.
Dr. Paul Isaac Green is a Professor in Management at McCombs School of Business. He earned his Ph.D. at Harvard Business School. In 2006, after five years as an entrepreneur, Paul joined The Morning Star Company, a California based integrated food processing company, where he co-founded the Morning Star Self-Management Institute. Morning Star, which has been called,” the world’s most creatively managed company” and was named one of Inc. Magazine’s most audacious companies because of their organizational system, is widely considered one of the world’s leading organizational innovators. Paul has spoken to audiences in the U.S.and around the World and won the 2012 Harvard Business Review/McKinsey M-Prize for his work advancing Self-Management.