INTS 204: Leadership Theory and Practice

INTS 204-002: Leadership Theory and Practice
(Spring 2015)

07:20 PM to 10:00 PM T

West Building 1004

Section Information for Spring 2015

This course is designed to provide a thorough understanding of leadership applications across a multitude of sectors (Business, Government, Non-government, Military and Non profit).  Through the use of case studies, guest speakers and role playing, we will break down the various aspects of leadership under numerous contexts and situations.  We will apply the Strengths Based Leadership principles and Positive Psychology to gain a true and complete understanding of the type of leader you are and how to best use your talents and strengths in numerous leadership situations.  In class written and oral presentations will be used to allow you to grow out of your “comfort zone” and take on new challenges that best compliment those hidden yet to be discovered leadership traits.  The class is high energy and very interactive.  Come prepared to uncover the LEADER within you.  


Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 4

Examines historical and contemporary leadership theories and invites students to be reflective of their own leadership experiences through the lenses of those theories. Students develop critical lenses through which to evaluate their own self-awareness, effectiveness in groups, and ability to navigate structures and systems. Limited to three attempts.
Schedule Type: Lecture

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