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B LEAD 102 Leading with Purpose: Working in Teams (2)
Develops team leader competencies needed to succeed in any leadership situation, including identifying personal strengths and challenges; connecting with other and building trust; and managing change and influencing others. Addresses current theory and research about group and team leadership and the application to teamwork. Credit/no-credit only.
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B LEAD 103 Leading with Purpose: People Skills (2)
Addresses fundamental people skills necessary to effectively engage with and lead others in multiple settings. Explores the importance of self-awareness and self-esteem in building relationships, the use of effective listening and non-verbal communication, the value of empathy, giving and receiving effective interpersonal feedback, and influencing positive interpersonal engagement. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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B LEAD 104 Leading with Purpose: Presentation Skills (2)
Uses creativity and practical application to help students become stronger speakers and presenters. Utilizing theatre activities and public speaking skills, students learn to be confident speakers in a variety of contexts. Offered: S.
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B LEAD 206 Learning to Lead: Collaboration in Diverse Contexts (2)
Explores methods of collaboration and shared leadership best practices for leading oneself, leading others, and leading teams in diverse contexts. Participants work together to identify relevant issues and necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities for campus, community, and career leadership and engagement. Credit/no-credit only.
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