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1 EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership Course Design Course Information Division Business Course Number BUA 200 Title Introduction to Organizational Leadership Credits 3 Developed by Scott Russell Lecture/Lab Ratio 3 Lecture/0 Lab Transfer Status ASU NAU UA Pending Evaluation Pending Evaluation Pending Evaluation Activity Course No CIP Code Assessment Mode Pre/Post Test (50 Questions/100 Points) Semester Taught Fall GE Category None Separate Lab No Awareness Course No Intensive Writing Course No Prerequisites None Educational Value The course focuses on leadership in organizations with emphasis on leadership effectiveness. The course helps students to obtain a basic knowledge of human interactions in leadership and managerial settings. A broad survey of the practice of leadership in organizations, leadership theory, and research will be explored. The course assignments focus on enhancing personal leadership abilities and learning how to best manage others. The course has an emphasis on writing with a major writing assignment due at the end of each module. Description This course presents a broad survey of leadership theory and research as currently practiced in formal organizations. Includes examination of leadership models, power and influence, team leadership, crosscultural leadership, strategic styles of interaction, ethics, leadership skill development, decision-making techniques, and effective goal implementation. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

2 Supplies New York Times Leadership Forum subscription Access to a computer with Internet connectivity and basic software such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel Competencies and 1. Explore the nature of leadership and managerial work. a. Understand the different ways leadership has been defined. b. Recognize the differences between leadership and management. c. Describe the challenges in assessing leadership effectiveness. d. Understand the different indicators used to assess effective e. Review leadership studies over the past 50 years. f. Describe the different roles and activities commonly required for managers. g. Recognize how different situations affect the role of a manager. h. Describe how managers cope with demands, constraints, and choices confronting them. i. Understand the importance of external activities and networking for managers. j. Determine how managers solve problems and make decisions. k. Recognized the importance of how managers should make effective use of their time. o the learner is able to understand the different ways leadership has been defined. o the learner is able to recognize the differences between leadership and management. o the learner is able to describe the challenges in assessing leadership effectiveness. o the learner is able to understand the different indicators used to assess effective o the learner is able to review leadership studies over the past 50 years. o the learner is able to describe the different roles and activities commonly required for managers. o the learner is able to recognize how different situations affect the role of a manager. o the learner is able to describe how managers cope with demands, constraints, and choices confronting them. o the learner is able to understand the importance of external activities and networking for managers. o the learner is able to determine how managers solve problems and make decisions. o the learner is able to recognize the importance of how managers should make effective use of their time. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

3 2. Describe effective leadership behavior and organizational change. a. Describe why so many different categories of leadership have been proposed. b. Describe what research methods have been used to study leadership behavior. c. Understand how leader behavior can be described with narrow or broad categories. d. Describe why effective leadership is related to task and relations. e. Understand why change-oriented behaviors are important for effective f. Explain how specific types of task and relations behavior can be used effectively. g. Understand different forms of participative leadership and empowerment. h. Describe the major finding in research on the consequences of participative i. Recognize the situations in which participative leadership is most likely to be effective. j. Describe when and how to use the process of consultation. k. Compare and contrast the potential benefits and risks of delegation. l. Recognize when and how to use delegation. You will demonstrate your competence: Criteria - Performance will be successful when: o the learner is able to describe why so many different categories of leadership have been proposed. o the learner is able to describe what research methods have been used to study leadership behavior. o the learner is able to understand how leader behavior can be described with narrow or broad categories. o the learner is able to describe why effective leadership is related to task and relations. o the learner is able to understand why change-oriented behaviors are important for effective o the learner is able to explain how specific types of task and relations behavior can be used effectively. o the learner is able to understand different forms of participative leadership and empowerment. o the learner is able to describe the major finding in research on the consequences of participative o the learner is able to recognize the situations in which participative leadership is most likely to be effective. o the learner is able to describe when and how to use the process of consultation. o the learner is able to compare and contrast the potential benefits and risks of delegation. o the learner is able to recognize when and how to use delegation. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

4 3. Understand and demonstrate leadership traits and skills. a. Describe how leadership traits and skills are related to effective b. Describe the types of research methods used to study leadership traits and skills. c. Understand what traits and skills are most relevant for effective d. Recognize what traits and skills best predict success in a managerial career. e. Understand how the relevance of a trait or skill depends on the situation. f. Recognize the limitations of the trait approach. o the learner is able to describe how leadership traits and skills are related to effective o the learner is able to describe the types of research methods used to study leadership traits and skills. o the learner is able to understand what traits and skills are most relevant for effective o the learner is able to recognize what traits and skills best predict success in a managerial career. o the learner is able to understand how the relevance of a trait or skill depends on the situation. o the learner is able to recognize the limitations of the trait approach. 4. Understand and demonstrate leadership theory and influence tactics. a. Recognize how aspects of a situation can affect leadership behavior. b. Describe the key features of early contingency theory on effective c. Compare and contrast the benefits and limitations from contingency theories. d. Understand the findings from empirical research on contingency theories. e. Recognize how to adapt leader behavior to the situation. f. Describe how to handle disruptions and other crises. g. Compare and contrast the process by which power is acquired and lost in an organization. h. Describe the consequences of power for leadership effectiveness. i. Map out ways to use power effectively. j. Recognize the different types of influence tactics used in organizations. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

5 k. Describe how tactics are used to influence others within an organization. l. Recognize effective ways to use tactics. o the learner is able to recognize how aspects of a situation can affect leadership behavior. o the learner is able to describe the key features of early contingency theory on effective o the learner is able to compare and contrast the benefits and limitations from contingency theories. o the learner is able to understand the findings from empirical research on contingency theories. o the learner is able to recognize how to adapt leader behavior to the situation. o the learner is able to describe how to handle disruptions and other crises. o the learner is able to compare and contrast the process by which power is acquired and lost in an organization. o the learner is able to describe the consequences of power for leadership effectiveness. o the learner is able to map out ways to use power effectively. o the learner is able to recognize the different types of influence tactics used in organizations. o the learner is able to describe how tactics are used to influence others within an organization. o the learner is able to recognize effective ways to use tactics. 5. Describe and apply dyadic relations and team a. Understand why different dyadic relationships develop between leader and subordinates. b. Describe how leaders are influenced by attributions about subordinates. c. Show appropriate ways to manage a subordinate with performance deficiencies. d. Explain how leaders and followers attempt to manage impressions. e. Understand how attributions and implicit theories influence follower perception of a leader. f. Describe how followers can have a more effective relationship with leaders. g. Explain the processes that determine group performance. h. Recognize how leaders can influence group processes and improve performance. i. Describe the leadership challenges for different types of teams. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

6 j. Show effective procedures for leading teams. k. Recognize the primary leadership functions in decision groups. l. Demonstrate procedures for leading successful meetings. o the learner is able to understand why different dyadic relationships develop between leader and subordinates. o the learner is able to describe how leaders are influenced by attributions about subordinates. o the learner is able to show appropriate ways to manage a subordinate with performance deficiencies. o the learner is able to explain how leaders and followers attempt to manage impressions. o the learner is able to understand how attributions and implicit theories influence follower perception of a leader. o the learner is able to describe how followers can have a more effective relationship with leaders. o the learner is able to explain the processes that determine group performance. o the learner is able to recognize how leaders can influence group processes and improve performance. o the learner is able to describe the leadership challenges for different types of teams. o the learner is able to show effective procedures for leading teams. o the learner is able to recognize the primary leadership functions in decision groups. o the learner is able to demonstrate procedures for leading successful meetings. 6. Recognize and compare leadership types and skills. a. Describe charismatic and transformational leadership theories. b. Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between charismatic and transformational c. Describe how leaders, followers, and the situation affect attributions of charisma. d. Analyze the traits, behaviors, and influence processes included in each major leadership theory. e. Compare and contrast the benefits and costs of charismatic leadership for followers and the organization. f. Recognize how to inspire more follower commitment and optimism. g. Describe different conceptions of ethical h. Describe the difficulties in defining and assessing ethical EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

7 i. Compare and contrast the individual and situational influences on ethical j. Describe theories of transforming, servant, spiritual, and authentic k. Recognize the consequences of ethical leadership for followers and the organization. l. Describe ways to promote ethical behavior and oppose unethical practices. o the learner is able to describe charismatic and transformational leadership theories. o the learner is able to compare and contrast the similarities and differences between charismatic and transformational o the learner is able to describe how leaders, followers, and the situation affect attributions of charisma. o the learner is able to analyze the traits, behaviors, and influence processes included in each major leadership theory. o the learner is able to compare and contrast the benefits and costs of charismatic leadership for followers and the organization. o the learner is able to recognize how to inspire more follower commitment and optimism. o the learner is able to describe different conceptions of ethical o the learner is able to describe the difficulties in defining and assessing ethical o the learner is able to compare and contrast the individual and situational influences on ethical o the learner is able to describe theories of transforming, servant, spiritual, and authentic o the learner is able to recognize the consequences of ethical leadership for followers and the organization. o the learner is able to describe ways to promote ethical behavior and oppose unethical practices. 7. Understand intercultural a. Recognize why cross-cultural research on leadership is important. b. Explain the difficulties of studying cross-cultural c. Describe how cultural values are related to leader behavior. d. Recognize how gender issues have been studied and the limitations of this research. e. Examine the findings in research on gender differences in leadership f. Recognize and show how to manage diversity and provide equal opportunities. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

8 o the learner is able to recognize why cross-cultural research on leadership is important. o the learner is able to explain the difficulties of studying cross-cultural o the learner is able to describe how cultural values are related to leader behavior. o the learner is able to recognize how gender issues have been studied and the limitations of this research. o the learner is able to examine the findings in research on gender differences in leadership o the learner is able to recognize and show how to manage diversity and provide equal opportunities. Types of Instruction Classroom Presentation Grading Information Grading Rationale Readings and Discussions 50% Exams 20% Classwork and Homework 20% Post Test 10% Total 100% Grading Scale A % B 80-89% C 70-79% D 60-69% F Below 60% EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE Introduction to Organizational Leadership

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