Global LeadershipAnglia Ruskin University
£ 9,250 - (Rs 7,71,140)
- Cambridge (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Health and Social Care
Businesses, whether private, public or third sector, operate in a world facing a range of urgent global issues. This module examines the fitness of business in health, social care and other sectors - as well as individuals - to tackle such issues, based on the Global Leadership model developed by our lecturers.
This module consists of four elements: effective decision making, adoption of a global approach, creation of a new business paradigm and a contemporary mission. The module also considers the related concept of MisLeadership, which looks at how leaders have often failed to achieve the optimum outcomes for those they lead. Leaders predominantly create context and this module will explore the skills required to successfully develop the context in a complex evolving environment.
On successful completion of this module the student will be expected to be able to:
- critically evaluate major global issues and the extent to which they are caused by the actions of humanity, contemporary decision making methods, inappropriate focus and business paradigms
- demonstrate a critical appreciation of the emerging role and responsibility of 'business' and leaders in such deliberations and actions
- propose, and critically evaluate, potential approaches to solving such issues, including development of new paradigms, broader focus and decision making approaches
- critically reflect on their personal position and skill base in developing the context of leadership.