Global Leadership (Course 1): Certificate of Mastery in Leadership
CE100: Global Leadership
Course 1/3 in our UWG CE Mastery of Leadership Certificate series.
This course, along with CE200: Leadership: Past, Present, and Future and CE300: The Ethical Leader once completed can earn the student a Mastery in Leadership certificate.
About this course:
Students learn how cultural context affects leadership style, conflict negotiation, and ethical decision making; examine how leaders might impact culture; and develop their multicultural awareness and competencies. Contemporary cases of how leadership varies depending on cultural context are researched. Key geographical regions of the world will be analyzed from a leadership perspective, and an individual cultural experience highlighting the intersection of leadership and culture also occurs.
Who Should Take this Course:
This course is designed for adult learners who would like to either earn a course certificate, Mastery of Leadership Certificate or enroll in college and take a challenge exam to earn credit. This is a Great opportunity for organizations to allow employees who would like to work toward a degree. After completing this course, students may take the challenge exam to assess prior learning and earn academic credit.
What is a Challenge Exam?
Students admitted to UWG and seeking a degree in Organizational Leadership, are eligible to take the challenge exam and potentially earn academic credit.
The challenge exam methodology allows students to demonstrate the course learning outcomes through a multiple choice, true/false, and/or short answer exam. Think of a challenge exam as a cumulative final exam in a given course. All challenge exams are timed events and students are not allowed to use any external materials. In addition, the challenge exam must be proctored.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
- Identify the impact of culture on leadership styles
- Describe multicultural awareness and competencies
- Articulate impact of cultural context on conflict negotiation and ethical decision-making
Module 1 - Understanding Leadership
Module 2 - Recognizing Leadership Traits and Engaging Strengths
Module 3 - Understanding Philosophy, Styles, Tasks, and Relationships
Module 4 - Developing Leadership Skills
Module 5 - Creating a Vision. Establishing a Constructive Climate.
Module 6 - Embracing Diversity and Inclusion. Listening to Out-Group Members
Module 7 - Managing Conflict
Module 8 - Addressing Ethics in Leadership. Overcoming Obstacles.
Marty Davis, M.A., C.P.P.
|Course Fee (Basic)||None Entered||$ 495.00|
Dr. Sarah Kuck
|06/14/2021||Monday||12M to 12M||Online|
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|06/28/2021||Monday||12M to 12M||Online|
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|07/12/2021||Monday||12M to 12M||Online|
|07/19/2021||Monday||12M to 12M||Online|
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|08/02/2021||Monday||12M to 12M||Online|