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Sprache:
Englisch
ECTS-Credits:
1,0
Art der Prüfung (Deutsch):
You can obtain 50 points as part of this course. The points will be awarded for the quality of your insights in the “reflection diary”, your individual participation in class and the performance of your group. Throughout the course we will do plenty of exercises, reflections and peer consulting to which you are cordially invited to contribute. After each chapter you will be invited to note down relevant personal thoughts in your reflection journal. At the end of the course please hand in your reflection journal to the MBA program office.
Art der Prüfung (Englisch):
You can obtain 50 points as part of this course. The points will be awarded for the quality of your insights in the “reflection diary”, your individual participation in class and the performance of your group. Throughout the course we will do plenty of exercises, reflections and peer consulting to which you are cordially invited to contribute. After each chapter you will be invited to note down relevant personal thoughts in your reflection journal. At the end of the course please hand in your reflection journal to the MBA program office.
Kursinhalt (Deutsch):
The fundamental objective of this course on executive leadership is to strengthen your knowledge and leadership skills in the following three key areas
  • Leading your inner world (i.e. your emotions and your thinking)
  • Leading your field (i.e. the teams and organizational units you are leading)
  • Leading your career (i.e. the professional trajectory you are aiming for)

 

In this course you will learn essential models in these domains and how to apply them in your daily life. Also, you will have the chance to learn something new about yourself by experiencing how it feels to lead others and how it feels to be led by them. Observation, introspection and peer feedback will play an important role in these sessions to help you to reflect upon your leadership behaviour and how to refine it further. The basic assumption for this class is that a leader who can consciously choose between various leadership interventions and styles is more resourceful and hence effective than a leader who has little or no behavioural flexibility.

Kursinhalt (Englisch):
The fundamental objective of this course on executive leadership is to strengthen your knowledge and leadership skills in the following three key areas
  • Leading your inner world (i.e. your emotions and your thinking)
  • Leading your field (i.e. the teams and organizational units you are leading)
  • Leading your career (i.e. the professional trajectory you are aiming for)

 

In this course you will learn essential models in these domains and how to apply them in your daily life. Also, you will have the chance to learn something new about yourself by experiencing how it feels to lead others and how it feels to be led by them. Observation, introspection and peer feedback will play an important role in these sessions to help you to reflect upon your leadership behaviour and how to refine it further. The basic assumption for this class is that a leader who can consciously choose between various leadership interventions and styles is more resourceful and hence effective than a leader who has little or no behavioural flexibility.

Voraussetzungen für die Teilnahme (Deutsch):
Most of the learning will occur while we are in the classroom together, so it is essential that you come prepared, attend all sessions and actively engage in discussions and group work. Your own business experience will matter as much as the theoretical input which is provided, so please feel invited to share your own experience and your original thinking.

Please use your electronic devices such as laptops, phones, and tablets for personal matters only during breaks, but not during class time.

To gain a deeper understanding of the materials we cover in class, you are invited to read the text book “The Rules of Success” in which I summarize many points covered in class.

Voraussetzungen für die Teilnahme (Englisch):
Most of the learning will occur while we are in the classroom together, so it is essential that you come prepared, attend all sessions and actively engage in discussions and group work. Your own business experience will matter as much as the theoretical input which is provided, so please feel invited to share your own experience and your original thinking.

Please use your electronic devices such as laptops, phones, and tablets for personal matters only during breaks, but not during class time.

To gain a deeper understanding of the materials we cover in class, you are invited to read the text book “The Rules of Success” in which I summarize many points covered in class.

Unterrichtsform:
Präsenzstudium
Literatur (Deutsch):
Course book:
  • Drath, Karsten; The Rules of Success: How Managers Can Overcome Setbacks and Grow; Routledge; London; UK; 2018.

Pre-course readings (mandatory):

  • Day 1

            What Leaders really do; John P. Kotter

            From Transactional to Transformational Leadership; Bernard M. Bass

            How to become a better Leader; Ginka Toegel and Jean-Louis Barsourx

            Seven Transformations of Leadership; David Rooke, William R.Torbert

  • Day 2

            Leadership That Gets Results; Daniel Goleman     

            Feedback that works; Cynthia M. Poel

  • Day 3

            The Rules of Success; Karsten Drath

 

In-course readings (optional):

  • Day 2

            Why should anyone be led by you?; Robert Goffee and Gareth Jones

            The Importance of Trust in Leadership; David L. Mineo

  • Day 3

            How to Manage Virtual Teams; F. Siebdrat, M. Hoegl, H. Ernst

Who’s got the monkey; William Oncken and Donald L. Wass

The Acceleration Trap; Heike Bruch, Jochen Menges

Five dysfunctions of a team; Patrick Lencioni

Characteristics of Agile Organizations, Ray Arell, Jens Coldewey et al.

Leading in a VUCA world; George W. Casey

Literatur (Englisch):
Course book:
  • Drath, Karsten; The Rules of Success: How Managers Can Overcome Setbacks and Grow; Routledge; London; UK; 2018.

Pre-course readings (mandatory):

  • Day 1

            What Leaders really do; John P. Kotter

            From Transactional to Transformational Leadership; Bernard M. Bass

            How to become a better Leader; Ginka Toegel and Jean-Louis Barsourx

            Seven Transformations of Leadership; David Rooke, William R.Torbert

  • Day 2

            Leadership That Gets Results; Daniel Goleman     

            Feedback that works; Cynthia M. Poel

  • Day 3

            The Rules of Success; Karsten Drath

 

In-course readings (optional):

  • Day 2

            Why should anyone be led by you?; Robert Goffee and Gareth Jones

            The Importance of Trust in Leadership; David L. Mineo

  • Day 3

            How to Manage Virtual Teams; F. Siebdrat, M. Hoegl, H. Ernst

Who’s got the monkey; William Oncken and Donald L. Wass

The Acceleration Trap; Heike Bruch, Jochen Menges

Five dysfunctions of a team; Patrick Lencioni

Characteristics of Agile Organizations, Ray Arell, Jens Coldewey et al.

Leading in a VUCA world; George W. Casey

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