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MGMT 679 Leadership

A comprehensive examination of different leadership theories and models along with leadership development with emphasis on relevant empirical evidence and application of these constructs to case studies that involve leadership and group functioning. Additionally, process of decision-making in a variety of leadership settings will be introduced, including the processes of leading independently or with direct authority. The distinction between leadership and management, crucial role of leadership when managing groups and teams, and the importance of ethical conduct and persuasion in effective leadership are covered.

**This course cannot be repeated to earn credits for both MGMT-479 and MGMT-679 and there will be different course requirements for undergraduate and graduate levels.**

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