LER 569 A - Power & Influence in HRM
Designed to help prospective human resource managers learn how to use power and influence as effective tools for understanding the surroundings in which they will be working with and managing people, and achieving the goals that they set for themselves. It provides frameworks and practical tools that allow students to make sense of on-the-job learning experiences and equip them with basic diagnostic and action-planning skills that they can use at different points in their careers - and to consider difficult ethical questions in the process. Prepares students to get things done in the real world, where personalities and office politics sometimes hinder rather than help them.
This course will be online for spring 2021 and will require synchronous zoom sessions.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate
Term(s): Fall , Spring