Transformational leadership offers an effective framework to motivate, empower, and energize a work force to accomplish more than had been previously expected or thought possible. This class uses a full range of leadership approach to help participants build trust, and realize improved teamwork and performance by engaging in a series of behaviors which are learnable and effective.
Knowing how to communicate appropriately with different corporate publics is essential for a successful public or private organization. In this course, students will learn to recognize and understand different aspects of the communication process.
Managing a firm’s human talent is one of the most critical issues facing organizations today. Globalization and the resulting increased demand for high quality talent, combined with a shortage of skilled labor, have placed talent management at the forefront of global executives’ concerns. Attracting, retaining and developing high potential talent is crucial because the differential value created by the most talented employees is enormous.
TOC is a management philosophy introduced by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt in his bestselling book titled The Goal (sold over 3 million copies). TOC is primarily focused on improving the performance of an organization by changing the way it manages resources.
Understanding the influence of culture on business practices is an important aspect of managing organizational talent. This course will explore different cultural orientations, how culture influences behavior in organizations, and conducting business globally.
In the course, you will be introduced to the amazing world of "irrational behaviors" in organizations. You will get the opportunity to learn and experience different change approaches based on the "colored changed" theory. It helps you as a change agent to develop chameleon change competencies.