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Global Leadership (Course 1): Certificate of Mastery in Leadership

Meets: Online

Location: Online

Cost: $495.00

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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.

Objective:

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Identify the impact of culture on leadership styles
  2. Describe multicultural awareness and competencies
  3. Articulate impact of cultural context on conflict negotiation and ethical decision-making

Modules:

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.

Course Contact:

Marty Davis, M.A., C.P.P.
gdavis@westga.edu
(678)839-6614

 

Fee: $495.00
Hours:25.00
CEUs:2.50

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Dr. Sarah Kuck

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