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1 ACADEMIC CATALOG Ph.D. ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP ONLINE

2 thechicagoschool.edu The Chicago School Offices of Admission Toll Free: , ext Chicago Los Angeles Irvine 617 W. 7 th Street 1145 Gayley Avenue, Suite 322 Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles, CA N. Wells Street Chicago, IL Campus Drive Suite E Irvine, CA Non-Discrimination The Chicago School of Professional Psychology acknowledges its ethical and statutory responsibility to afford equal treatment and equal opportunity to all persons, and thus complies with all applicable laws and directives which promulgate non-discrimination and equality of opportunity. In keeping with the spirit and letter of the law, The Chicago School prohibits discrimination against its employees, students, and applicants based on race, gender, religion, age, national ancestry of origin, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, sources of income, military discharge status, or other impermissible reason; sexual harassment is also prohibited. The Chicago School also bars retaliation against an employee, student, or applicant who files a complaint of discrimination against the administration and/or faculty members of The Chicago School. The course offerings, policies, procedures and other matters contained herein were current as of the time of the publication. The Chicago School retains the right to, at any time, make modifications to its course offerings, policies, procedures and other matters. Such changes will be applicable to all students. Additional policy and procedure information is located in the Programmatic Academic Catalog and the Student Handbook, which is available on the school s website: Hwww.thechicagoschool.eduH. Accreditation The Chicago Campus Clinical Psychology doctoral program is accredited by the American Psychological Association. Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation 750 First Street, NE Washington, DC The School Psychology Ed.S. program is accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). Illinois State Board of Education Department of Certification 100 North First Street, S-3069 Springfield, Illinois

3 Doctor of Philosophy, Organizational Leadership ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2 TOEFL OR IELTS, INTERNATIONAL CREDENTIALS, AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 2 APPLICANT NOTIFICATION 2 POLICIES 3 TRANSFER OF CREDIT 3 WAIVER OF COURSES 3 SATISFACTORY PROGRESS 3 PROGRAM LENGTH 3 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 4 THE PROGRAM 5 PHILOSOPHY 5 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES 5 ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR 5 PROGRAM COMPETENCIES 5 PROGRAM DELIVERY OPTIONS AND LEARNING FORMAT 6 COMPETENCY EXAMINATION 6 DISSERTATION 7 THE DOCTOR OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP CURRICULUM 8 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP, PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS 8 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 9-1 -

4 Doctor of Philosophy, Organizational Leadership Businesses large and small increasingly recognize the critical distinction between a manager and a leader between someone who merely assigns tasks, and someone who paints a vision and then inspires employees to work effectively toward achieving it. Organizational leadership professionals work in both for-profit and nonprofit settings, helping to clearly define and communicate organizational objectives and strategy, ensuring that business processes are as efficient as possible, building trust and bolstering morale, and helping each employee grow professionally and contribute meaningfully to advancing an organization s mission. Curriculum includes coursework in leadership, research, ethics, interpersonal dynamics, and a range of electives to support each student s unique career goals preparing graduates to apply the principles of psychology and leadership theory in a broad range of settings, to more effectively lead individuals and organizations to success. Graduates are able to select, implement, and manage appropriate leadership methodologies to meet individual, group and organizational needs in non-profit and for-profit settings. The Organizational Leadership program is taught in an online format. This is a non-licensure, post-masters, 60 graduate semester hour, three yearlong degree A three-year, post-master s program offered in a unique format tailored to the needs of busy working professionals. Students take just one or two courses at a time and progress through the program in a cohort fashion (i.e., with the same group of fellow students in each of their classes for the duration of the program). Students engage in two brief residencies (roughly three and a half days each) at our Chicago campus providing an opportunity for face-to-face interaction and networking with fellow students from around the globe who bring a wealth of diverse leadership experiences and perspectives. At the first residency, which occurs during year one of the program, students meet with their personal faculty mentor and engage in focused seminars aimed at helping them formulate their dissertation topics and prepare for the research process. At the second residency which takes place in year three, students focus on completing their dissertations and associated processes. Prior to beginning the dissertation coursework, students are required to pass a competency exam. Students enroll in the program with a master s degree in Psychology or an Organizational discipline. Admission Requirements Application to The Chicago School s Organizational Leadership doctoral program is open to any person who has earned a master s degree from a regionally accredited institution in psychology, the behavioral sciences, organizational discipline or other related field, and who meets other entrance requirements. It is preferred that candidates have had three or more years of work experience prior to admissions. The Graduate Record Examination is not required for admissions. Letters of recommendation may be required on a case by case basis. Students will be required to write a 500 word personal statement on leadership and what leadership means from a personal and professional perspective as well as a statement of research interests. Additionally, applicants will be required to submit a current résumé/curriculum vitae, highlighting relevant work, volunteer, and research experiences. Prior to enrolling in the program, candidates must have completed foundational courses in statistics, psychology, and organizational behavior. The Organizational Leadership program requires a masters degree from a regionally accredited institution and prefers the candidate to have three or more years of work experience. Based on meeting these requirements, selected candidates will be invited to interview for further consideration of their application. Please see the application for detailed instructions and information regarding application requirements. Applications must be submitted with the $50.00 (USD) application fee in order to be evaluated. TOEFL or IELTS, International Credentials, and International Students TOEFL or IELTS: If English is not the primary language, the student must submit official TOEFL or IELTS scores with the application (TOEFL School Code: 7161). International students who received a master s degree from a regionally accredited United States institution are exempt from this requirement. The minimum scores are : TOEFL 550 paper based, 79 internet based; IELTS 6.5. International credentials: Applicants with international credentials must obtain and submit an official course-by-course evaluation through an evaluation agency such as World Education Services ( or Educational Credential Evaluators Inc ( In addition to the agency evaluation, all official graduate and undergraduate transcripts must be submitted. International students: International students residing in the United States may not be eligible to obtain an F-1 visa and, thus, may not enroll in this online program. Applicant Notification After the initial review of all application materials, and if the Admission Committee so recommends, the candidate will be invited for an interview either face to face or via electronic means (i.e., telephone, webinar, Skype) with members of the faculty. Interviews are by invitation only and mandatory for full consideration. Post interview, the candidate will be notified of the Admission Committee s decision regarding his or her application. The Chicago School does not share information or provide any feedback regarding admission decisions. If a student is offered admission and in order to secure a place in the incoming class, a non-refundable tuition deposit of $250 will be required by the deposit deadline indicated in the offer of admission. The non-refundable deposit will be applied in full toward the student s tuition upon enrollment

5 Policies Transfer of Credit Prior graduate course work, if within the area of study, may be eligible for transfer or waiver of credit. Students accepted to the program may petition by submitting a Transfer of Credit Request Form and all required documentation. The decision to accept transfer credit is solely that of the school, which reserves the right to require satisfactory performance on an examination before awarding a transfer of credit. No credit will be transferred for course work that is more than 10 years old. Transfer of credits is subject to the following conditions: Transferred course credit is restricted to graduate level courses from a recognized, regionally accredited (or comparable international college or university) graduate degree granting institution. Each hour of credit accepted for transfer a fee will be assessed, please see the tuition and fee page of the TCS website. Transfer of credit is granted only for courses in which the grade obtained was a B of higher. Pass/Fail grades are not eligible. No fee is assessed for transfer credit hours. No more than 12 hours of semester hours of credit for course work may be transferred unless approved by the faculty. Waiver of Courses An international student, who has completed a course(s) that, in the judgment of the program director, is equivalent to a required course at The Chicago School, may apply for the course to be waived. In addition, any student (domestic or international) with previous graduate course work who has already received the maximum transfer credit may request a waiver of additional course work to be completed at The Chicago School. Students may seek a waiver for a total of 12 credit hours taken in another doctoral program upon approval of the department.. Satisfactory Progress Matriculated students must be continuously enrolled in the program until graduation unless granted an approved leave of absence. The program requires attendance during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Each student must take a minimum of six semester hours of course work in the fall, spring and summer semesters, unless the student has fewer than the required number of hours of course work remaining or is on an approved leave of absence. Satisfactory progress semester hours may not include waiver or transfer credit hours. A student must maintain satisfactory academic progress by complying with the following requirements: Credit Hours per Year: Organizational Leadership program students must complete at least 18 semester hours of credit each year during fall, spring, and summer semesters. Program Length The Organizational Leadership doctoral program is 3 years in length. Students must complete all requirements within 5 years. Residency Requirements Students engage in two brief residencies (roughly three and a half days each) at our Chicago campus providing an opportunity for face-to-face interaction and networking with fellow students from around the globe who bring a wealth of diverse leadership experiences and perspectives. At the first residency, which occurs during year one of the program, students meet with their personal faculty mentor and engage in focused seminars aimed at helping them formulate their dissertation topics and prepare for the research process. At the second residency which takes place in year three, students focus on completing their dissertations and associated processes. Field Experience Requirements Students must have access to an organizational environment that will be available for use in research and reference for course work

6 Graduation Requirements All requirements for the Organizational Leadership Doctoral Program, including the competency exam and dissertation, are designed to be completed within the designated program length. Program duration may not exceed five years, depending on point of entry. Students must be in good standing in their program for the doctoral degree to be awarded and have completed all of their degree requirements before the degree can be conferred. Students who meet the following requirements are eligible to graduate: Satisfactory completion of all program required credit hours Cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher Successful completion of comprehensive exam Successful defense of the dissertation and submission of bindable copy Upon completion of all requirements and after final grades are posted; a degree audit will be conducted to verify degree completion. The degree is then conferred, posted to the transcript, and a diploma is issued. Students must complete the online Petition for Program Completion through the Office of Academic Records in order to have their degree conferred, diploma issued, and to participate, if desired, in the annual commencement ceremony. The petition must be submitted by the end of the third week of the semester in which a student expects to meet the program requirements for the degree. Students who will complete their requirements in the upcoming summer term, and wish to participate in the annual commencement ceremony must submit the Petition for Program Completion in the spring term by the deadline indicated on the graduation page of the website. * Detailed information regarding petitioning and commencement can be found on the website under: Current Student, Student and Academic Services Forms, Petition for Program Completion - 4 -

7 The Program Philosophy The Department of Psychology offers a Ph.D. degree in Organizational Leadership. This program examines field of psychology from an organizational leadership perspective. It is intended to develop professionals who can apply knowledge about principles of psychology and leadership to work more effectively with specific populations. The program includes the study of group and team leadership, the effects of organizational leadership on psychology, and the psychology of leadership development and facilitation. The program includes coursework in leadership, research, ethics, interpersonal dynamics, and a range of electives to support each student s unique career goals preparing graduates to apply the principles of psychology and leadership theory in a broad range of settings, to more effectively lead individuals and organizations to success. Graduates are able to select, implement, and manage appropriate leadership methodologies to meet individual, group and organizational needs in non-profit and for-profit settings. Program Objectives 1. Students will apply essential leadership theory and skills to improve learning and performance in a variety of organizational populations. 2. Students will assess the theoretical frameworks and scientific bases of psychology and leadership appropriate at the doctoral level for a specific individual, group or organizational situation. 3. Students will evaluate the impact of diversity and cultural issues in the field of psychology and organizational leadership. 4. Students will build new knowledge through the analysis of a workplace study. 5. Students will identify and demonstrate the ethical and professional conduct requirements governing the field of psychology and organizational leadership. Ethical and Professional Behavior Students are expected to engage in all graduate work, including but not limited to course work, field placement and scholarship, with a high degree of integrity and professionalism. It is essential that students approach professional working relationships, collegial relationships, and client/partnercontact with respect. Further, students are expected to adhere to the American Psychological Association s (APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct as well as the evolving universal code of ethics (Gauthier, 2005). Students who choose to seek employment in the field of psychology shall not work beyond their level of competence and shall not use titles governed by credentialing statutes and/or regulations unless authorized by the relevant jurisdictional authority. Students who fail to comply with ethical and professional behavior guidelines are subject to department remediation and/or referral to the Student Affairs Committee for disciplinary action and possible dismissal. Program Competencies The Organizational Leadership Ph.D. program has identified seven core competencies: Program Core Competencies: Program students will acquire the competencies to: Synthesize the science of psychology from an organizational leadership perspective. Respect non-profit and for-profit leadership perspectives in the field of psychology. Evaluate the psychological, social, cultural, and political considerations of internal and external organizational leadership systems. Respect organizational values regarding human rights and promote ethical leadership practices. Foster the leadership capacity and readiness to maintain dialogue despite differences. Apply relevant and culturally sensitive methods of research in organizational leadership. Apply the principles of organizational leadership within a professional environment and workplace

8 Center for Academic Excellence The Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) supports and advances teaching and learning within the educational community of The Chicago School. CAE believes that academic course work and scholarship provide the foundation for success in professional practice. CAE helps faculty develop teaching styles that engage students in the learning process and which improve student learning. CAE s Academic Support Center offers programs to TCS community including one-on-one writing consultations, weekly tutorials, presentations (e.g., on APA style), and online resources, and in-class presentations. Foundations for Scholarship and Practice Believing that academic preparedness is a key to success in graduate school, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology requires new students to complete its innovative program, Foundations for Scholarship and Practice. This program, offered by the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE), reinforces the skills new students need to achieve their career goals. Foundations is an integral part of the first and second term s curriculum and all students are required to complete the program successfully and in a timely manner. Foundations for Scholarship and Practice consist of three elements: 1. Writing Assessment Process In this component of Foundations, each student writes an essay in response to an assigned question and submits it to CAE for scoring. CAE returns the scored essay with constructive feedback. Based on the student s performance, the school may waive the Academic Writing Course requirement (#2, below). Essay submission by the given date is considered successful completion of this element of Foundations. 2. Academic Writing Course This online course in professional writing is taken before or during the second term at The Chicago School. A final grade of pass is considered successful completion of this element. Program Delivery Options and Learning Format The program courses are offered in an online format. Students engage in two brief residencies (roughly three and a half days each) at our Chicago campus providing an opportunity for face-to-face interaction and networking with fellow students from around the globe who bring a wealth of diverse leadership experiences and perspectives. At the first residency, which occurs during year one of the program, students meet with their personal faculty mentor and engage in focused seminars aimed at helping them formulate their dissertation topics and prepare for the research process. At the second residency which takes place in year three, students focus on completing their dissertations and associated processes. Study in the Organizational Leadership doctoral program culminates in completion of the competency exam and the dissertation. Competency Examination Prior to beginning the dissertation, students are required to complete the course OL 620 Competency Examination. This course is a measurement of the students ability to research, interpret, and synthesize what historical literature, current experts, and theoretical foundations are offering on the organizational leadership subject. Once students have demonstrated a successful command of the topic of organizational leadership, the dissertation is the next step in the organizational leadership doctoral journey which will enable students to apply this knowledge in practical application

9 Dissertation Completion of the dissertation is an essential aspect of Organizational Leadership students academic experience and professional education. It provides the school the opportunity to evaluate the student s ability to apply Organizational Leadership theory and research and to think critically and creatively about relevant research issues in organizational leadership. For the dissertation, an original study is required and is to be submitted to the Institutional Review Board. The dissertation committee has a minimum of three committee members including the chair, reader, and research consultant. The Chicago School established specific milestones with measurable rubrics to evaluate successful dissertation completion. See table following: The dissertation should clearly and concisely demonstrate the student s command of the research in a specific area of organizational leadership. In the dissertation, the student will critically evaluate and synthesize relevant research and theory in the topic chosen for study. The student s Dissertation Committee is responsible for determining the appropriateness and acceptability of the dissertation proposal and for final approval of the dissertation. All requirements for the Ph.D., including the dissertation, must be completed within five years from the date of first enrollment. Students may petition the department chair before the end of the fifth-year period for an extension to complete the dissertation. The department chair s decision regarding the request for an extension is final. If an extension is granted, the extended date is firm; no additional extensions will be granted. If the dissertation is not completed by the dissertation due date, students are subject to dismissal from the program. Students are required to complete four dissertation courses taken in sequence: IP 630, IP 631, IP 632, and IP 633. Each course and its requirements must be completed in the semester in which it is taken. Detailed descriptions of the dissertation process are contained in The Chicago School s Dissertation Handbook. It is solely the student's responsibility to ensure that she/he completes the requirements of each dissertation course, so that adherence to the curriculum schedule is maintained. Any failure to complete any one of the courses in sequence will result in the student incurring the cost of retaking the course, delayed graduation, and whatever financial aid implications may occur from a student not being eligible to take a dissertation course at the appropriate time

10 The Doctor of Organizational Leadership Curriculum Doctor of Philosophy, Organizational Leadership, Program Requirements Intensive course work that balances theory and practice culminates in completion of the competency exam and the dissertation. Students entering post-master s must complete 60 graduate semester hours of study: Content Knowledge (18 credit hours total) Research and Dissertation (21 semester credits) Ethical and Cultural Differences (3 credit hours total) Interpersonal Dynamics (3 credit hours total) Leadership Proficiency and Competency Exam (6 credit hours total) Electives (9 credit hours total; students may choose any three from these listed courses) Courses Required Core Courses Elective Courses Course Title Credit Hours Course Title Credit Hours OL 455 Research Methods 3 Choose nine hours of elective courses: OL 539 Personality and Life Span in the Workplace 3 OL 631 Supervising and Coaching Employees 3 OL 549 Systems Theory 3 OL 634 Virtual and Global Leadership 3 OL 551 Group and Team Leadership 3 OL 637 Team Interventions 3 OL 554 Management Philosophy and Practice 3 OL 640 Governance in Non-profit 3 OL 556 Emerging Theories of Leadership 3 OL 643 Social Entrepreneurship 3 OL 560 Ethical and Cultural Considerations 3 OL 647 Public Policy Leadership 3 OL 573 Organizational Diagnosis and Cultural Dynamics 3 OL 576 Strategic Change Management 3 OL 620 Competency Examination 3 OL 621 Qualitative Research Methods 3 OL 622 Mixed Methods Research 3 OL 630 Proposal Development Seminar 3 OL 631 Dissertation Maintenance 3 OL 632 Dissertation Maintenance 3 OL 633 Dissertation Maintenance 3 OL 700 Leadership Self-Development 3 Elective Courses 9 Total Organizational Leadership Credits

11 Course Descriptions OL 549 Systems Theory This course focuses on the exploration of General Systems Theory and major modes of organizational systems in order to facilitate understanding of change and its impact on organizational life. OL 539 Personality and Life Span in the Workplace This course explores developmental issues from early adulthood through advanced age, focusing specifically on the working adult. Topics include the process of consolidation of the middle years and the psychological, social and biological issues surround late life adjustment. Current workplace approaches are examined from diverse theoretical viewpoints and in views of research findings. Cultural diversity and individual differences are integral to this course. OL 551 Group and Team Leadership This course examines the basic strategies of group and team leadership. Topics will include and investigation of team process dynamics and group and team systems theory. A strong emphasis on functional versus dysfunctional team dynamics will be examined. OL 554 Management Philosophy and Practice As a field of study, this course looks at various management philosophies and their practical applications. Topics include an examination management and leadership philosophy s and styles, and a comparison and contrast of the differences between management, leadership, and mentorship. OL 556 Emerging Theories of Leadership This course examines current theories regarding leadership. Topics will include an examination of ethical leadership and the various theories of leadership and leadership development. OL 573 Organizational Diagnosis and Cultural Dynamics This course reviews the various methodologies of organizational and cultural diagnosis. Topics will include a review of methodologies of diagnoses and the relationship between organizational structure and culture. Students will examine the various methods of cultural development and deployment. OL 455 Research Methods The course examines the basic technologies and methodologies used to conduct research in the social sciences. Library sources and electronic search tools and services are reviewed. Topics include: Reviewing the literature, formulating a researchable question, choosing the appropriate methodology, and identifying a data analysis structure. The final project for the course will be a formal research proposal. OL 621 Qualitative Research Methods Prerequisite: IP 445. The field of qualitative research is reviewed for the applications to the discipline of psychology. Primarily focused on cultural research, this course examines the methods that can be credibly employed to examine cultural and cross cultural research in psychology. Topics include: qualitative design frameworks, establishing trustworthiness and credibility, threats to trustworthiness and mediation strategies, data collection, data analysis, and results reporting. OL 622 Mixed Methods Research Prerequisite: IP 621.The strategies for conducted mixed methods research in the field of psychology are studied. Current applications of mixed methods approaches, research design, data scaling and collection, data analysis techniques and reporting formats are evaluated. OL 630 Proposal Development Seminar Prerequisite: IP 455. Through weekly meetings with peers and their dissertation chair, students complete their dissertation proposal in this course. Students present their dissertation ideas to their chair and their peers and, through feedback and independent work, craft a high quality dissertation proposal. Students that register for this class must complete their dissertation within the articulated areas of expertise and within the methodologies/types of dissertations approved by their chair. OL 631 Dissertation Maintenance Prerequisite: IP 630 and the previous semester of Dissertation Maintenance. Students meet regularly with their dissertation chair in small groups to monitor their ongoing progress on their dissertations. Specific deadlines are set for the completion of committee approval of the proposal, IRB application, submittal of the dissertation draft to the committee, and oral defense. Students must register for Dissertation Maintenance every semester after the completion of IP 630 until the dissertation is complete. A total of five semesters of Dissertation Maintenance is required, in addition to the completion of IP 630, to complete the dissertation

12 OL 632 Dissertation Maintenance Prerequisite: IP 630 and the previous semester of Dissertation. Students meet regularly with their dissertation chair in small groups to monitor their ongoing progress on their dissertations. Specific deadlines are set for the completion of committee approval of the proposal, IRB application, submission of the dissertation draft to the committee, and oral defense. Students must register for Dissertation Maintenance every semester after the completion of IP 630 until the dissertation is complete. A total of three semesters of Dissertation is required, in addition to the completion of IP 630, to complete the dissertation. OL 633 Dissertation Maintenance Prerequisite: IP 630 and the previous semester of Dissertation. Students meet regularly with their dissertation chair in small groups to monitor their ongoing progress on their dissertations. Specific deadlines are set for the completion of committee approval of the proposal, IRB application, submission of the dissertation draft to the committee, and oral defense. Students must register for Dissertation every semester after the completion of IP 630 until the dissertation is complete. A total of three semesters of Dissertation is required, in addition to the completion of IP 630, to complete the dissertation. OL 560 Ethical and Cultural Considerations This course provides an analysis of ethical and cultural considerations. Topics to be covered include methods of ethical decision-making and a comparison and contrasting of various ethical and cultural domains. Students will also examine the influence that leadership has on cultural and ethical processes. OL 700 Leadership Self-Development This course will examine methodologies and processes highlighting Leadership self-development and discovery. Topics will include a characterization and critique of the various models relevant to cultivating self-discovery. Students will evaluate various methodologies supporting the development of emotional intelligence and personal communication styles and skills. OL 576 Strategic Change Management This course examines the various methodologies of strategic change management. Objectives for this course will include distinguishing strategic change processes, and comparing and contrasting various types of management intervention. The application of change management techniques to existing organization will be examined. OL 620 Competency Examination This course is a measurement of the students ability to research, interpret, and synthesize what historical literature, current experts, and theoretical foundations are offering on the organizational leadership subject. Once students have demonstrated a successful command of the topic of organizational leadership, the dissertation is the next step in the organizational leadership doctoral journey which will enable students to apply this knowledge in practical application. OL 634 Virtual and Global Leadership This course provides students with the techniques for structuring, managing, and motivating teams that reside in virtual environments. Topics include challenges of leading a virtual team with members in various geographical locations, virtual team structure, effective multi-cultural communication, motivation and performance considerations, and knowledge sharing in a virtual, distributed team. OL 640 Governance in Non-profit This course provides students with an overview of governance in Non-profit organization. Topics include various methods of non-profit assessment and evaluation, methods of managing non-for-profit staff, and methods of leadership development. OL 643 Social Entrepreneurship This course provides students with the knowledge of social entrepreneurship. Topics include development of new paradigms of social entrepreneurship, relationship between leadership, social responsibilities, and social support. OL 647 Public Policy Leadership This course provides students with the information on public policy leadership. Topics include roles of leadership on public policy development and deployment, relationship between leadership and inclusion, and association between public policy and public services leadership. OL 631 Supervising and Coaching Employees This course provides students with the knowledge of supervising and coaching employees. Topics include effects of coaching on members and apprentices, learning and development methodologies, and methodologies of leadership and transformational organizations. OL 637 Team Interventions This course discusses team interventions. Topics include leadership s effects on promoting highly efficient teams, techniques of building highly effective teams, major theories of team interventions and development

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