Public University of Navarre



Academic year: 2021/2022 | Previous academic years:  2020/2021  |  2019/2020  |  2018/2019  |  2017/2018 
Bachelor's degree in Economics at the Universidad Pública de Navarra
Course code: 171001 Subject title: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Credits: 6 Type of subject: Optative Year: 4 Period: 1º S
Department: Gestión de Empresas
Lecturers:
CAVERO BRUJULA, M. SANDRA (Resp)   [Mentoring ]

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Module/Subject matter

General Management. Organization and Human Resources.

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General proficiencies

CG01 - Capacity for analysis and synthesis.

CG02 - Organizational and planning skills.

CG03, CG04 - Oral and written skills in English.

CG06 - Ability to search data and information from different sources.

CG07 - Ability to solve problems.

CG08 - Ability to make decisions.

CG09 - Teamwork ability.

CG14 - Critical thinking.

CG17 - Self-reliant learning.

CG19 - Creativity.

CG20 - Leadership.

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Specific proficiencies

CE11 - Understanding the nature of the firm as an organization and a place of interaction of agents with different interests.

CE14 - Implementing policies and practices aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of business management.

CE19 - Applying techniques that increase the training, development and motivation of the human resources of the company.

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Learning outcomes

General learning outcomes:

R_DG_04.- Acquiring knowledge on the foundations of Management Development.

R_DG_05.- Applying knowledge on Organizational Behavior to foster development at the individual level.

R_DG_07.- Knowing the foundations for conflict resolution and effective collaboration.

 

Specific learning outcomes:

SLO_1.- Knowing the key cornerstones of effective leadership.

SLO_2.- Being provided with an effective series of techniques to critically examine one's personal leadership style.

SLO_3.- Being endowed with research based academic background to outline a plan for personal growth as a leader.

SLO_4.- Knowing and applying the foundations of effective motivation, understanding the interactions between the rational and the emotional parts of the human brain structure.

SLO_5.- Understanding the keys of happiness and fulfillment both in personal and professional life.

SLO_6.- Proposing effective strategies to foster working environments that facilitate leadership development and personal growth of employees and colleagues.

SLO_7.- Being equipped with an effective set of tools to improve emotional, organizational and cultural intelligence.

SLO_8.- Designing high performance teams, knowing how to select, engage and optimize roles and responsibilities of its members in order to promote innovation and success.

SLO_9.- Being equipped with an action plan for effective negotiations which facilitates the convergence on mutually beneficial outcomes and strengthens long term relationships.

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Methodology

A temporary planning around 15 weeks is established to develop the 10 chapters of the course, which is organized around 3 parts. This facilitates the continuous work carried out by the students, as well as the permanent feed-back on their performance offered either by the professor or by other students enrolled in the course.

The course provides students with a set of tools that facilitate the achievement of the established learning outcomes in an online environment.

Each of the 10 chapters consists of several content modules, each of which includes a 5-10 minutes explanatory video or an easy-to handle teaching note prepared by the faculty, in which the fundamental learning elements are detailed.

Linked to each chapter the following tools and materials are presented:

  • A set of external references of interest related to the subject matter: mainly scientific or informative articles and/or videos.
  • A short training test to facilitate the understanding of the acquired knowledge.
  • A discussion forum, allowing the permanent interaction of the students, with each other, and with the faculty, in order to resolve and discuss issues of interest related to the topic at hand.
  • One or several practice-oriented individual assignments.

Finally, once all three parts of the course have been completed, students will be required to perform on:

  • A final exam, which will necessary take place face-to-face (not online) as required by the norms of the University.
  • A final project, designed to assess on the students' acquisition of leadership abilities.

Based on the methodology described above, the training activities to be carried out, and their weight in hours, are detailed below. All of them (except the final exam, as required by University norms) take place in a virtual environment.

Formative Activity Number of hours
A01. Viewing videos and reading materials 37
A02. Comprehension tests 02
A03. Participation in discussion forums 05
A04. Individual office hours 01
A05. Individual study 25
A06. Assessment exams and tests 05
A07. Individual practical assignments 38
A08. Peer evaluation activities 10
A09. Synthesis activities 12
A10. Final project 15
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS 150

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Relationship between formative activities and proficiencies/learning outcomes

Proficiency Formative Activity
CG17, CE11 A01 Viewing videos and reading materials
CG17 A02 Comprehension tests
CG14 A03 Participation in discussion forums
CG02 A04 Individual office hours
A05 Individual study
CG02 , CG17 A06 Evaluation activities
CG03, CG04, CG06, CG07, CG08, CG17, CG19, CG20, CE14, CE19 A07 Individual practical assignments
CG03, CG04, CG14 A08 Peer evaluation activities
CG01, CG03, CG04, CG06 A09 Synthesis activities
CG07, CG09, CG20, CE19 A10 Final project

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Languages

English.

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Evaluation

Learning Outcome Evaluation Activity Weight (%) Minimum average record required to be considered in the final mark Recoverable
R_DG_04 R_DG_05 R_DG_07 Practice oriented individual assignments 50% 5/10 If you reach less than 5/10 points in one of these assignments, your score in that assigment won't be taken into account in your final grade; it will be as if you had get 0 points in that assignment. No. The nature of most of these assignments require "in time" interaction among students. As a result, they are non recoverable.
Face-to face final evaluation assessment (not online) 20% 4/10 You need 4/10 points in the final exam to consider it in your final mark.  But, even if you do not reach these 4/10 points, you still may pass the course if your average score is 5/10 or more.  If you want to improve the grade you get in this assessment you may retake it, in the recovery one. You will always get your best score. Recoverable, by means of an exam.
Final Project 30% 5/10 Recoverable by sending the corrected work according to indications and dates established by the professor

The grade "No presentado" will be obtained when the weight of the evaluation activities in which the student has participated is less than 50%.

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Contents

Three Parts:

P1. Perspectives on Leadership

P2. Understanding and Developing Personal Happiness and Leadership Capabilities

P3. Teamwork and Negotiation

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Agenda

P1. Perspectives on Leadership

C1. The Nature of Leadership

C2. Motivation, Emotion, and Cognition

C3. The Many Intelligences

P2. Understanding and Developing Personal Happiness and Leadership Capabilities

C4. Misconceptions about Happiness

C5. Superiority vs. Flow

C6. Dependence and Avoidance

C7. Controlling the Need to Control

C8. Trust, Distrust and the Course Within

P3. Teamwork and Negotiation

C9. Building an Efficient and Creative Team

C10. Effective Negotiation

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Bibliography

Access the bibliography that your professor has requested from the Library.


  • Clawson, J. (2014). Level Three Leadership: Getting Below the Surface. Pearson Eds.
  • Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R., & McKee, A. (2013). Primal leadership: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence. Harvard Business Press.
  • Hunt, J. G. J., Dodge, G. E., Wong, L., Yammarino, F. J., Gardner, W. J., Avolio, B. J., & Walumbwa, F. O. (2015). Monographs in Leadership and Management. Emeraldinsight.
  • Pink, D. (2011). The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us. Riverheadbooks.
  • Raghunathan, R. (2016). If You Are so Smart Why Aren't You Happy: The Surprising Path from Career Success to Life Success. Random House.
  • Rao, S. (2007). Are You Ready to Succeed?: Unconventional Strategies for Achieving Personal Mastery in Business and in Life. Random House.
  • Thompson, L. (2014). Making the team: A Guide for Managers (5th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  • Thompson, L. (2015). The Mind and Heart of the Negotiator (6th ed). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Prentice Hall.
  • Waldman, D. A. and Balthazard, P. A. eds (2015). Organizational Neuroscience in Book Series: Monographs in Leadership and Management. Series editor: Yair Berson
  • Wren, J. T., Price, T. L., & HIcks, D. A. (2004). The International Library of Leadership. Editor: Elgar Publishing.

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Location

Online.

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