OLS 58700

Developing A Leadership Philosophy

Focuses on affect, motives, attitudes, beliefs, values, ethics, morals, will, commitment, preferences, norms, expectations, responsibilities, and other key concepts as they relate to leadership. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the kind of ethical dilemmas they may face in the workplace. A variety of methods, such as invited speakers, case studies, or readings are used to deepen the understanding of these issues and provide practical examples. Students will develop their personal philosophy, as well as the skills and confidence needed for ethical leadership in their professional careers.

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West Lafayette