Leading for Impact

MPLT|Managing People and Leading Teams

Grow as a leader in this class that helps you understand, strengthen and adapt your personal leadership style.

Objective

Understand and strengthen your leadership skills through a combination of classroom instruction in leadership concepts and frameworks, assessments, peer discussion, and experiential exercises, which will result in personal reflection, learning and action planning. In this class you will achieve greater awareness and mastery of your own leadership approaches and skills, better understand contextual demands and how different leadership styles and behaviors best meet those demands, and draw out personal learning based on tangible opportunities to practice the art of leadership.

Topics
  • The difference between leadership and management
  • The types of people who make good leaders
  • Whether leaders are “born” or “made”
  • How to know if and when you should adapt your leadership style
  • How general intelligence and emotional intelligence are different
  • The different ways in which emotional intelligence enables effective leadership
  • Analyzing the leadership context that you face
Benefits
  • Demonstrate greater awareness and mastery of your own leadership approaches and skills
  • Better understand contextual demands and how different leadership styles and behaviors best meet
  • those demands
  • Increase your personal knowledge of the art of leadership through tangible opportunities to
  • practice
  • Define the legacy you would want to leave behind as a leader
Faculty

Caroline Bartel, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Management
Ethan Burris, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Management
Luis Martins, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Management

Course Details

Price: $4,995.00

Leading for Impact

Date
Duration
Location
Instructor

10/13/15 - 10/16/15

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center 1900 University Avenue Austin, TX 78705

Caroline Bartel
Ethan Burris
Luis Martins