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LEAD1001 – The Emerging Leader pdf

Credits: 1 (1/0/0)
Description: The emerging leader course allows students to understand leadership concepts, strategies and skills in a workplace setting that aligns with their career interests. Students practice workplace skills and self-reflection in preparation for a leadership role in a community or workplace. This course is designed to encourage community leadership and involvement and to help students see their leadership potential. LEAD 1001 is the classroom course. Students must also register for LEAD 1002 in which students choose mentors and spend 45 hours in a business or nonprofit environment.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: LEAD1002
Competencies:
  1. Describe the components of effective leadership.
  2. Demonstrate appropriate workplace behaviors.
  3. Differentiate between effective and ineffective leadership strategies.
  4. Assess how leadership affects workplace and community effectiveness.
  5. Increase self-awareness through the exploration of leadership values and beliefs.
  6. Understand individual strengths and how they apply in team, leadership and community settings.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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