- Leadership thought: concepts, controversies and critiques
- Leadership for ethical and effective businesses: a critical exploration
- Applying ethics in the real world of leadership: case studies
- Ourselves, Myers-Briggs and personality frameworks
- How do organisations work?
- Working with others: emotional intelligence, facilitation and motivating in practice
- Practicing the hardest leadership tasks
- Transformational, charismatic and authentic leadership: heroes or villains?
- Eco-leadership, distributed leadership, situational leadership: are these the future?
- The climate, nature and planetary emergencies. All leaders for sustainability now
- The habits of an effective leader: resilience, adaptability, competence
- Leading change in our generation: case studies, review and practice
On successful completion of this module a student should be able to:
- Demonstrate a critical understanding and knowledge of leadership and ethical leadership concepts and their interaction with project and change management.
- Critically evaluate and analyse leadership attributes demonstrated by others.
- Show critical awareness in assessed coursework of the theoretical materials introduced in the module.
- Reflect upon personal communication and team working skills in work environment.
- Develop team facilitating and communication skills to address complex organisational issues.
|Coursework 1||Collaborative Group Exercise (word count 1,000)||25%|
|Coursework 2||Reflection on e-portfolio (word count 2,000)||75%|
Assessments may differ in 2020/21 due to adjustments for Covid-19. Please check Gateway for the latest regulations.
- Schedlitzi, D., & Edwards, G. (2018) Studying Leadership: Traditional and Critical Approaches.
- Storey, J. (2016) Leadership in organizations: current issues and key trends.
- Roe, K. (2017) Leadership: practice and perspectives.
- Ciulla, Joanne B. (2005) The state of leadership ethics and the work that lies before us.