This programme has been designed to build confidence and knowledge of effective collaborative leadership in the context of the ever-evolving organisation.
It introduces relevant theories, concepts and models to facilitate and encourage self-reflection and learning through group discussions and tasks, reflective diaries, self-assessments, and the sharing of experiences and challenges faced throughout the module.
This course is developed and delivered by professionals with many years of experience in their respective fields
Teaching is delivered through a range of seminars and group work. You will have two assignments to complete. One will be a reflective report that uses relevant supporting theory, discussing how a change has been initiated within an organisation and what benefits this will have. The second assignment will be a portfolio of evidence detailing what the impact of implementing the change of practice has been, as outlined in the first assignment.
We don’t currently display entry requirements for United States. Please contact the Student Admin team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0191 515 3154.
You are eligible for this programme if you have undertaken an undergraduate degree or have relevant equivalent professional experience.