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Viewing: HOL 6709 : Leadership Development

Last approved: Fri, 14 Nov 2014 09:39:25 GMT

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Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Human Resource Development (HRD)
HOL
6709
Leadership Development
Leadership Development
Summer 2015
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Seminar
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HOL 6704
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15

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The processes employed to develop leaders/leadership and how individuals change as a result of the process. Examination of the context within which leadership is developed.

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In looking at The Bulletin, there is one similar course entitled MGT 6253-Leadership and Executive Development; however, MGT 6253's focus is on higher management levels including executives. On the other hand, the new HOL course on leadership development will focus on theories of leadership development and approaches distinctly from a learning-perspective (which forms crux of our Master's philosophy). In this course, we argue that leadership development is important to any organization and helps them maintain a competitive edge. This course is founded on leadership as a process found at all levels of an organization (and not just executive levels as in MGT 6253).
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This course will be offered on the main campus and in Hampton Roads.
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