Leadership and Management - An Introduction Short Courses
|Start Date||Start Time||Duration||Cost||Course Code||Apply|
|Tuesday 2 October 2012||18:30 - 20:30||10 weekly classes||£350.00||CE1779||Enrollment Closed|
|Tuesday 22 January 2013||18:30 - 20:30||10 weekly classes||£350.00||CE1779||Apply Now|
|Tuesday 30 April 2013||18:30 - 20:30||10 weekly classes||£350.00||CE1779||Apply Now|
Purnima Mehta (MPhil; MA; B.Ed.; Cert in Academic Practice) has got extensive national & international teaching experience. She has been teaching at City University since Sept 2006 on a range of short-course programmes such as Leadership and Management, and Market Research. She is also teaching at Middlesex University and prior to this was Principal of a Business School in India.
She specializes in the areas of Marketing and Human Resource Management, and helps people to learn and develop their professional skills.
Applicants of the Leadership and Management Course must be proficient in written and spoken English.
What will I learn?
Lecture-1- You will become aware of historical perspectives of management thoughts and theories.
Lecture-2- You will design and redesign the structure of a company to suit the needs of the business.
Lecture-3- You will develop an understanding of creating a diverse culture in an organisation.
Lecture-4- You will identify and practice techniques to build on your 'Expert Power'.
Lecture-5- You will practice your hands on developing and creating a successful change programme.
Lecture-6- You will understand team dynamics to solve group conflicts.
Lecture-7- You will become aware of various leadership theories and models.
Lecture-8- You will learn how to manage stress and build business network relationships.
Lecture-9- You will become aware of various ethical issues involved in leadership practices.
Lecture-10- Here you will practice Leadership Skills in a - Workshop.
Teaching and Assessment
Informal assessment will take place through group discussion, class room activities, and questions and answers sessions, as guided by your tutor.
• Adair .J (2009); How to Grow Leaders; The Seven Key Principles of Effective Leadership Development; Kogan Page
• Gold. G, Thorpe. R & Mumford. A (2010); Leadership and Management Development; CIPD
• Kouzes. J.M & Posner B.Z (2008); The Leadership Challenge; Fourth Edition; Jossey- Bass.
• Mullins. L. J (2010); Management and Organisational Behaviour; 9th Edition; FT Prentice Hall
Suggested Supplementary Reading
• Burns B; (2010); Managing Change: A Strategic Approach to Organisational Dynamics; 5th Edition; FT Prentice Hall.
• Forster. N (2011); Maximum Performance: A Practical Guide to Leading and Managing People at Work; 2nd Edition; Kindle eBook
• Bennis W & Nanus B(2007); Leaders: The Strategies for Taking Charge; Harper Collins Publisher
• Northouse P.G (2009); Leadership Theory & Practice; 5th Edition; Sage Publications.
Suggested Web Resources