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Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LOB) faculty offer different types of electives. Electives that fulfill the 2 nd year Leadership Requirement (LDSP) Electives in the Leadership and Organizational Behavior area (LOB) Electives in Bargaining and Negotiating (NEG).

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leadership and organizational behavior lob faculty offer different types of electives
Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LOB) faculty offer different types of electives

Electives that fulfill the 2nd year Leadership Requirement (LDSP)

Electives in the Leadership and Organizational Behavior area (LOB)

Electives in Bargaining and Negotiating (NEG)

lob courses that fulfill the required leadership electives
LOB courses that fulfill the Required Leadership Electives

Leadership and Cultures of Trust

Leadership and Diversity through Literature

Leadership Learning Lab (open only to student leaders)

Leadership Strategies

Leadership, Values, and Ethics

Leading Strategic Change

Managerial Psychology

Mastering Global Leadership

other electives in leadership and organization
Other Electives inLeadership and Organization

Bargaining and Negotiating

Establishing Yourself at Work

Leading Teams

Spirit of the New Workplace

The 21st Century Family Enterprise

bargaining and negotiating
Bargaining and Negotiating

Melissa Thomas-Hunt

Hands on - Engage with classmates in negotiations for every class

Experience first hand successful and unsuccessful strategies

Learn about personal negotiating strengths and weaknesses

Develop situational awareness and the impact of various tactics on outcomes

establishing yourself at work
Establishing Yourself at Work

Joe Harder

Shows FY and SY students how to develop career management skills that will help them become more effective leaders.

Visual media (films, TV, etc.) used to raise issues and provoke conversation about engagement, credibility, organizational norms, socialization, etc.

The course is designed to ensure that students will fit in quickly, gain influence rapidly, learn consistently, and outperform their competition.

leadership and cultures of trust
Leadership and Cultures of Trust

Robert Smelick

Values and ethics as essential elements of leadership.

Provides models and opportunities to reflect on your own values and ethics.

Each session is devoted to a different leader, focusing on background, context, and type of leadership they displayed.

Think more broadly about what makes great leadership.

* Fulfills required leadership elective

leadership and diversity through literature
Leadership and Diversity through Literature*

Alec Horniman

This course explores the stories of people who are significant in the lives of other people: it has been said that we are a product of our most important stories

The course explores the stories of influential leaders from diverse points of view

Explores the role of leadership in managing diversity through great leaders in literature

* Fulfills required leadership elective

leadership strategies
Leadership Strategies

Morela Hernandez

Experience a hands-on course developed to help you understand your own unique leadership style.

You will have opportunities for reflection, debate, and personal development coaching.

Find out how to navigate organizational politics, and learn how to inspire others.

Develop an integrative, tangible action plan for life post-MBA.

* Fulfills required leadership elective

leadership values and ethics
Leadership, Values, and Ethics

Andy Wicks

Learn about leadership by studying other leaders

Incorporate leadership theory and capabilities as a way of understanding how leadership works and why it is successful

Understand values and ethics as an integral aspect of leadership

Use reflections on leadership and examples of other leaders to enhance your own approach to leading

* Fulfills required leadership elective

leading strategic change
Leading Strategic Change*

Alec Horniman

Senior Manager’s view on leading change in organizations

Explores the relationship between leadership, strategy, and leading change in organizations.

Cases and discussion about leading strategic change in organizations

Provocative discussions

* Fulfills required leadership elective

leading teams
Leading Teams

Kristin

Behfar

Joe

Harder

Examine how interpersonal processes, organizational contexts, and structural characteristics of teams influence performance and productivity.

Increase understanding of when organizations should/should not use teams, the costs/benefits of different team designs, and how to reward/incentivize teams.

By consulting with the first year learning teams, understand how to apply your personal strengths as a leader to multiple types of team management challenges.

managerial psychology
Managerial Psychology*

Alec Horniman

Familiarizes students with the dominant theories of human behavior

A new book each week

Current theories of psychology as well as the classics

Seminar style discussions

Over 2 quarters (30 sessions)

* Fulfills required leadership elective

mastering global leadership
Mastering Global Leadership

Terry De Guzman

Explore the perspectives, skills, attitudes and habits of thinking that foster global leadership competence.

Understand mindsets and behaviors that prevent or promote effectiveness in global business environments.

Provide the opportunity to start mastering global leadership capabilities.

Written exercises and reflections are core to the course pedagogy.

* Fulfills required leadership elective

spirit of the new workplace
Spirit of the New Workplace
  • Develop an awareness of current trends in the workplace
  • Cultivate an analytic framework for assessing future workplace innovations
  • Engage in a process of self-discovery about your own and others’ understandings of work and the role it plays in life
  • Work with tools and methods that facilitate transition into the work world
  • Experience the benefits of having fun with a purpose!

Joe Harder

the 21 st century family enterprise
The 21st Century Family Enterprise

Terry De Guzman

Understand the unique characteristics and capabilities of the family form of business organization.

Explore the organizational, business and family relational issues in family- controlled companies.

Improve critical skills and competencies to effectively work for and with the family enterprise.

Learn best practices and explore emerging trends that enable family businesses to innovate and endure.

further questions
Further questions?

Contact Scott Snell (Area Coordinator) or any member of the LOB faculty.