- Name: Leadership & Human Relations
- Division: Professional & Applied Technology
- Discipline: Management Science
- Units (Credits): 3.00
I. Catalog Course Description
Prerequisite: BUS 101 and MGT 201 or consent of instructor.
Schools students on understanding and managing human behavior in organizations. Central to the course is developing a better understanding of one's self as a leader and exploring some of the more effective ways of leading others.
II: Course Objectives
The educational goal of this course is to:
- Describe the relationship between performance at the individual and group levels and organizational performance.
- Describe the relationship between behavior, human relations, and organizational performance.
- Define attitudes and explain how they affect behavior and performance.
- Explain why communication skills are important
- Explain principles of organization and describe how communication flows through organizations.
- Identify steps of initiating, responding to, and mediating conflict resolutions and decision making.
- Explain what leadership is and how it affects performance.
- Describe the motivation process and the factors affecting performance.
- State how power, politics, and ethics affect behavior, human relations, and performance.
- Identify components of team dynamics and how they affect team performance.
III: Course Linkage
MGT 212–Leadership and Human Relations–meets a General Education requirement of the Associate of Applied Science Degree.
MGT 212 promotes the following Student Learning Objectives of ensuring that students:
- Have college-level skills in reading, writing, and oral communication that are on a level that is appropriate to their degree and/or emphasis.
- Develop solid problem solving, creative reasoning, and critical thinking skills.
- Possess effective and efficient learning skills, including locating sources of and evaluating information.
- Understand the importance of cultural traditions, diversity, and ethics in the modern world.
Scheduled MGT-212 classes:
There are currently no MGT-212 classes scheduled for this term.