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LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

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Register and pay before 12 December 2016, using the promocode EarlyBirdBSM,
to save £200

INTERNET OF THINGS

UC DAVIS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

8 weeks, online
(excl. orientation) 

7-10 hours per week (recommended)*
*8-10 hours of core learning

Weekly modules, flexible learning

YOU'LL WALK AWAY WITH:

A personalized situational leadership decision-aid based on the various knowledge and skills gained throughout the course. 

The practical skills required to adapt your behavior to achieve the goals of an organization.

A certificate of successful completion from the UC Davis Graduate School of Management validating your skills and knowledge.

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COURSE CONVENER

COURSE CONVENER

NELSON REPENNING

Kimberly Elsbach
Professor of Management,
UC Davis

Kimberly Elsbach
Professor of Management,
UC Davis

Distinguished Professor of System Dynamics and Organization Studies  

Kimberly Elsbach is a professor of management at the University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management. An internationally-recognized expert in organizational behavior, Elsbach’s research focuses on the perception and management of individual and organizational images, identities and reputations. She was named the first recipient of the prestigious Stephan G. Newberry Endowed Chair from UC Davis in 2010. She received her Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.

Kimberly Elsbach is a professor of management at the University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management. An internationally-recognized expert in organizational behavior, Elsbach’s research focuses on the perception and management of individual and organizational images, identities and reputations. She was named the first recipient of the prestigious Stephan G. Newberry Endowed Chair from UC Davis in 2010. She received her Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.

This UC Davis Graduate School of Management course is delivered in collaboration with digital education provider, GetSmarter. Join a growing community of global professionals who have already had the opportunity to:

AN ONLINE EDUCATION THAT SETS YOU APART

Experience a flexible but structured approach to online education as you plan your learning around your life to meet weekly milestones

Enjoy a personalized, people-mediated online learning experience created to make you feel supported at every step

Gain verifiable and relevant competencies and earn invaluable recognition from an international selection of universities, entirely online and in your own time 

COURSE OUTLINE


 

Over the duration of this online course, you’ll work your way through the following modules:

COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1:
Situational leadership:

An organizing framework

Module 2:
Leadership and personality

Module 3:
Leadership and communication

Module 4:
Understanding leadership as a relationship with followers


Module 5:
Leading teams

Module 6:
Leading in times of crisis

Module 7:
Leading change

Module 8:
Creating a situational leadership decision-aid

Module 7:
Leading change

Module 8:
Creating a situational leadership decision-aid

Module 4:
Understanding leadership as a relationship with followers


Module 5:
Leading teams

Module 6:
Leading in times of crisis

Module 1:
Situational leadership: An organizing framework


Module 2:
Leadership and personality

Module 3:
Leadership and communication