LDR 5233 - Global Organizational Leadership and International Relations
3 (Elective Option) Credit Hours
This Global Leadership Study Abroad course builds upon multiple LDR courses, as well as provides further conceptualization of leadership tools and frameworks to address the complexity of global leadership challenges. Through a comprehensive examination of the psychological, social, marginalization, and cultural factors that underlie expectations, preferences, and judged effectiveness of leadership practices and styles in organizations, and through teams in various cultural regions around the world, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the nuances when leading from a global perspective. The all-inclusive focus of the course will center on the development of the student’s ability to further think critically about the reality and complexity of the direct, indirect, and interactive impact of multiple factors on leading within organizations that operate worldwide.
Note: (1) This course includes a mandatory travel component; and (2) tuition for the course will be billed directly to your student account, as well as the cost of the trip. It is your responsibility to contact Financial Aid as soon as possible to determine how tuition and the cost of the trip can be applied for and credited to your account, or if personal funds will be needed.
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