- Code VCPG6003
- Unit Value 6 units
- Offered by Research School of Management
- ANU College ANU College of Business and Economics
- Course subject Vice Chancellor Postgraduate
- Areas of interest International Business, Management, Marketing
The course aims to give postgraduate students who have demonstrated or shown potential as leaders a wide understanding of styles of leadership and influence. In line with the interdisciplinary and peer-learning ethos of Vice-Chancellor courses, students will be exposed to the varying perspectives on leadership and influence.
The wide range of leadership activities that students enrolling in Vice-Chancellor courses have been involved in has been extraordinary. VCPG6003 will aim to bring postgraduate students together and use peer-learning strategies to allow students to share their varying experiences and perspectives on leadership. VCPG6003 will target:
1. postgraduate students interested in exploring various models and styles of leadership, and
2. students who have already demonstrated leadership or leadership potential.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:By the end of this course students will be able to:
1 Evaluate and understand the application of different disciplinary and cultural models of leadership and influence.
2 Demonstrate high level skills in working in teams; facilitate learning and provide developmental feedback to others.
3 Communicate effectively and persuasively in oral and written forms and be able to quickly sum up key issues emerging from discussions/meetings.
4 Formulate a clear personal set of values about leadership and models of leadership.
5 Demonstrate and apply knowledge learnt to understand and engage a senior or influential leader.
6 Analyse your learning processes and reflect on, plan and resource your learning.
7 Apply a wide repertoire of leadership skills in a range of contexts including formal and informal settings and face-to-face and online environments.
Indicative Assessment1. Facilitating a tutorial 20% - Learning Outcomes: 1,2,3,6,7
2. Oral presentation at the end of course on what you have learnt about leadership and influence 10% - Learning Outcomes: 2,3,4,6
3. Group research project to be presented to the Vice-Chancellor on how to enhance the ANU student experience 20% - Learning Outcomes: 1,4,6,7
4. Learning Portfolio due in two stages – stage one 20%, and stage two 30% - Learning Outcomes: 4,5,6
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WorkloadStudents will be expected to attend two hours of tutorials and two hours of lectures a week plus a once off workshop in preparation for facilitating a tutorial.
Assumed KnowledgeCourse entry to be based on application statement and reference and judged on evidence of leadership/influence experience and/or potential.
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- 6 units
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