European Master and Certification Program
in Risk Engineering and Management

F8
Leadership & Competencies I

Course code: 128033
Language of instruction: English
Duration of the course: 10 days (90h)
Lecturers: Rolf Seebauer
Assessment: Transfer Paper
Credit points: 3 CPs

Short description

As an organizational environment is becoming more and more collaborative, future leaders have to rely on 'soft skills' to successfully lead their team or organization. In this module, attendees themselves will become the central topic. They will get acquainted with their own impact on others and learn concepts and techniques to improve it.

Objectives

The participants will:

- understand leadership and social skills as factors of business competitiveness,

- acquire knowledge related to the personal self-assessment and methods for improving it,

- acquire knowledge needed to understand Work and Organizational Psychology,

- develop competence needed for human resource management as a source of sustainable competitive advantage and

- understand human skills as a specific form of human capital.

Target Attendees / Participants

Students of Steinbeis Master of Business Administration

Course Content by Units

Personal assessment

Development of leadership competences

Working and Organizational Psychology

Human resource management and development

Increasing human capital

Forms of skills training

Identification of competencies

Teaching Methods

Guided and interactive class discussion

Work in small groups

Literature

Defined in the courses


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(Course profile ID: F8, generated on November 19, 2018)