European Master and Certification Program
in Risk Engineering and Management

F9
Leadership & Competencies II

Course code: 137469
Language of instruction: English
Duration of the course: 10 days (90h)
Lecturers: Rolf Seebauer
Assessment: Transfer Paper
Credit points: 3 CPs

Short description

The module will provide attendees with adequate methodologies and tools for understanding and developing leadership, organizational behavior and human resource management. These tools are useful in dynamic business surroundings for achieving profit and running successful market game.

Objectives

With the successful completion of this module the participants are able to:

- check the importance of leadership and social skills as an important competitive factors of the future,

- assess leadership behavior when used in strategic tasks and employee mobilization, as well as in taking initiatives,

- assess differing views and approaches of leadership at various levels (self, staff, team, corporate governance),

- reflect whether and how responsibilities can be delegated,

- evaluate the benefits and problems associated with the use of target agreements,

- analyze current trends in corporate practice, and

- transfer the gained knowledge in their own company.

Target Attendees / Participants

Students of Steinbeis Master of Business Administration

Course Content by Units

Defined in the courses

Teaching Methods

Classic lecturing

Free and interactive class discussion

Work in small groups

Literature

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(Course profile ID: F9, generated on November 19, 2018)