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Learning Outcomes

​Students will be able to:

  • Analyze contemporary models and theories of organizational leadership. 
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the symbiotic relationship between organizational communication, leadership and work culture.
  • Interpret statistical data and critique their validity in terms of the questions and hypotheses underlying them.
  • Identify and apply effective group dynamics principles, and connect these to patterns to meaning and identity.
  • Analyze case studies of organizational change using relevant theoretical models and concepts.
  • Articulate the impact of language and discourse on attitudes, action, and identity formation in the professions.
  • Understand and articulate central principles of productive organizational development.