Start Date: 07/05/2020
Course Type: Common Course
In this course you will learn about the “head and heart” of everyday leadership, individual decision making, group decision making, and managing motivation. The objectives are to understand why and how leadership skills are so critical to organizational success, and learn the foundations of effective leadership skills. Learners: • Understand why and how leadership skills are so critical to organizational success • Know how to use leadership skills to work more effectively with others, and are able to organize teams to work more effectively together • Will be able to apply the foundations of effective leadership skills to everyday situations faced by leaders. This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu.
This module will examine what critical levers an everyday leader has available (the management of information and the management of motivation) to accomplish a leader’s core tasks (making and implementing decisions), and why inclusiveness may be the most important skill in a leader’s toolbox.
Foundations of Everyday Leadership
This course is designed to help professional women strategize and identify strategies that will support them to succeed in leadership. It will cover topics such as leadership practice, interpersonal and critical relationships, leadership role models, and how to evaluate potential leadership competencies.
This course is designed to help professional women strategize and identify strategies that will support them to succeed in leadership. It will cover topics such as leadership practice, leadership role models, and how to evaluate potential leadership competencies. Foundations of Everyday Leadership
The course will give you a thorough introduction to the basics of leadership, including an understanding of the 4C model of leadership:
Communication: How to Build Consistency in Leadership
Management: How to Manage People effectively
You’ll learn how to apply the 4C model in a variety of leadership situations, and you’ll develop a solid foundational leadership skill that will be put to use immediately in any leadership role.
Foundations of Everyday Leadership, delivered by a team of leading University of Pennsylvania faculty, is part of a special series that explores leadership issues, challenges, and approaches from a variety of perspectives. This particular course builds on previous courses in the American Dancer, Dancer, and the Advisor series, and features a unique spin on the original series.
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|Innovation leadership||In addition to these foundations, various styles play an important role in innovation leadership, each of which are used at different stages of the innovation process or for different types of innovation (value-added vs. exploratory). Frequently associated leadership styles include transformational leadership, transactional leadership, and Ambidextrous leadership. The type of leadership most strongly associated with innovation is transformational leadership.|
|Educational leadership||A number of publications and foundations are devoted to studying the particular requirements of leadership in these settings, and educational leadership is taught as an academic discipline at a number of universities.|
|Council on Foundations||The Council on Foundations is a membership organization of more than 2,000 grant-making foundations and giving programs worldwide. It provides leadership expertise, legal services and networking opportunities and other services to participating members and the general public.|
|Curry School of Education||• Leadership, Foundations and Policy - Prepares students for leadership roles in administration, foundations of education, and educational policies.|
|Foundations of mathematics||The foundations of mathematics as a whole does not aim to contain the foundations of every mathematical topic.|
|Everyday Italian||The success of Everyday Italian has led to the publication of three related cookbooks, "Everyday Italian: 125 Simple and Delicious Recipes", "Giada's Family Dinners", and "Everyday Pasta".|
|List of wealthiest charitable foundations||This is a list of wealthiest charitable foundations worldwide. It consists of the 36 largest charitable foundations, private foundations engaged in philanthropy, and other charitable organizations.|
|Distributed leadership||Distributed leadership is a conceptual and analytical approach to understanding how the work of leadership takes place among the people and in context of a complex organization. Though developed and primarily used in education research, it has since been applied to other domains, including business and even tourism. Rather than focus on characteristics of the individual leader or features of the situation, distributed leadership foregrounds how actors engage in tasks that are "stretched" or distributed across the organization. With theoretical foundations in activity theory and distributed cognition, understanding leadership from a distributed perspective means seeing leadership activities as a situated and social process at the intersection of leaders, followers, and the situation.|
|Heinz Foundations||The Heinz Foundations are several charitable foundations founded by members of the Pittsburgh-based Heinz Foods dynasty.|
|Everyday World of Bodies||Adapted from the "Everyday World of Bodies" liner notes.|
|Univalent foundations||Univalent foundations originated from the attempts to create foundations of mathematics based on higher category theory. The closest to the univalent foundations were the ideas that Michael Makkai expressed in his visionary paper known as FOLDS. The main distinction between the univalent foundations and the foundations envisioned by Makkai is the recognition that the "higher dimensional analogs of sets" correspond to infinity groupoids and that categories should be considered as higher-dimensional analogs of partially ordered sets.|
|Everyday life||In the study of everyday life gender has been an important factor in its conceptions. Some theorists regard women as the quintessential representatives and victims of everyday life.|
|List of foundations in Canada||This is a list of foundations in Canada. Foundations in Canada collectively comprise a very large asset base for philanthropy. As of 2003, there were over 2,000 active grantmaking foundations in Canada, who had total assets of $12.5 billion CAD, with total grants given that year of over $1 billion CAD. Under Canadian law, foundations may be public or private, but both are charities.|
|The Foundations||Also in the 1970s there would be a collaborative attempt between two former members of the Foundations. Original Foundations trombonist Eric Allandale attempted to work with original Foundations drummer Tim Harris.|
|Univalent foundations||In foundations of mathematics, univalent foundations is an approach to the foundations of constructive mathematics based on the idea that mathematics studies structures on "univalent types" that correspond, under the projection to set-theoretic mathematics, to homotopy types. Univalent foundations are inspired both by the old Platonic ideas of Hermann Grassmann and Georg Cantor and by the "categorical" mathematics in the style of Alexander Grothendieck. It departs from the use of predicate logic as the underlying formal deduction system, replacing it, at the moment, by a version of the Martin-Löf type theory. The development of the univalent foundations is closely related with the development of homotopy type theory.|
|Francke Foundations||In 1946, the presidium of the province of Saxony annulled the legal entity of the Francke Foundations and integrated these including their entire assets into the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. The Francke Foundations ceased to exist as self-determined Christian institutions, although the pedagogic tradition was continued through schools and the university's pedagogic institutes on the premises of the foundations.|
|Leadership||The situational leadership model proposed by Hersey and Blanchard suggests four leadership-styles and four levels of follower-development. For effectiveness, the model posits that the leadership-style must match the appropriate level of follower-development. In this model, leadership behavior becomes a function not only of the characteristics of the leader, but of the characteristics of followers as well.|
|National School of Leadership||The Faculty of Leadership Studies also offers multiple certificate programmes, mostly of 3 months each in subjects like Leadership, Strategic Thinking and Decision Making, Corporate Leadership Strategy, Organizational Leadership, Transformational Thought Leadership, IT Leadership and Leadership Research Methods.|
|Foundations of mathematics||Foundations of mathematics is the study of the philosophical and logical and/or algorithmic basis of mathematics, or, in a broader sense, the mathematical investigation of what underlies the philosophical theories concerning the nature of mathematics. In this latter sense, the distinction between foundations of mathematics and philosophy of mathematics turns out to be quite vague.|
|The Foundations of Psychoanalysis||Psychologist Hans Eysenck, writing in "Decline and Fall of the Freudian Empire" (1985), deemed "The Foundations of Psychoanalysis" the definitive work on the subject, praising Grünbaum's "logical rigour and argumentative precision" and "extensive scholarship of both the psychoanalytic literature." Professor of German Ritchie Robertson wrote that "The Foundations of Psychoanalysis" is the leading scientific critique of Freud's work.|