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Module Title LM Developing Leadership Practice
SchoolBirmingham Business School
Department Birmingham Business School
Module Code 07 25268
Module Lead
Level Masters Level
Credits 10
Semester Semester 2
Pre-requisites
Co-requisites
Restrictions As a compulsory module: MBA IB, MBA GBF, MBA S&PM
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Project supervision-0 hours
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Work based learning-0 hours
Guided independent study-0 hours
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Year Abroad-0 hours
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Description The Developing Leadership Practice Module has been developed as a result of an increasing demand by employers for managers who can differentiate themselves through their leadership practice, technical ability, experience and the ability to manage and lead effectively. Employers seek candidates at managerial levels who are strong team players, have effective leadership skills and are competent communicators at all levels.

This module has been designed to develop and improve key skills to form part of the Professional Managers toolkit. The skills developed during this module are transferrable and will be used throughout the whole of the MBA and future leadership roles.

The main aim of this module is to introduce the participants to the notion of leadership practice that focuses on three elements: leading self, leading others and leading change. The module builds on the experience of the students to achieve an enhanced performance during the MBA and beyond.

Each theme is enacted through the opportunity to practice the skills and reflect on learning through the application of a specific project – known as the incubator project. It provides a rich context to apply the learning from the module. The assessment strategy draws on this experience. For example distributed leadership performance examines the skill of students leading within a team.
Learning Outcomes

By the end of the module students should be able to:

  • critically evaluate their personal leadership practice;
  • demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and understanding of practices of leading required for effective cross-cultural leader-follower relationships;
  • critically appraise the components of an effective presentation and public speech;
  • critically evaluate alternative approaches in negotiation;
  • analyse effective ways to facilitate and lead team tasks.
Assessment 25268-01 : Company report : Coursework (20%)
25268-02 : Group Presentation : Presentation (20%)
25268-03 : Individual Presentation : Presentation (10%)
25268-04 : Reflective Assignment : Log Book/ Portfolio (50%)
Assessment Methods & Exceptions 2,000 word reflective assignment (50%) Presentation: Group component (20%), Individual component (10%) Group company report, 2,000 words (20%) Reassessment: This will be a 3,000 word reflective essay
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