1606305 Administrative Leadership
Course Description :

Prerequisite : (None)

This course aims to provide students with modern concepts and theories of administrative leadership. It discusses the meaning, functions, and role of leadership in achieving performance effectiveness, and differences between leaders and managers. It includes models and styles of leaders such as authoritarian, participative and consultative styles of leaders, and strengths and weaknesses of each style. It also includes an in-depth and derailed analysis of leadership theories such as traits and skills theory, behavior theories, and contingency theories. Finally, it analyses modern approaches to leadership such as charismatic, transactional and transformational approaches, and contemporary issues of ethics, trust, and challenges facing today's leaders
Department :Public Administration
Program :Bachelor of Public Administration
Course Level :Bachelor
Course Outline :
Spring 2019 Leadership.pdf    

School of Business
Department of Public Administration


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