|1.||Conceptually map leadership theory, practice and contemporary issues in a globalised environment taking a critical perspective;|
|2.||Assess a leader's actions using an integrated theoretical framework;|
|3.||Show evidence of enhanced personal knowledge, skills and attitudes (including cultural competence) as they relate to the effective exercise of leadership across boundaries;|
|4.||Develop a personal leadership statement and action plan that demonstrates sound critical social analysis and a constructed understanding of what is an authentic leader; and|
|5.||In collaboration with others, demonstrate responsibility and accountability for own learning and all aspects of the work or functions required by a team.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Presentation||Case Pitch (Group)||20%|
|Report||Group Case Report||50%|
|Other||Self-Assessment Reflection (Individual)||30%|
|Assignment||Conceptual map of leadership in a globalised world||10%|
|Report||Leadership in a time of crisis||40%|
|Other||Reflection & development of a 5-year leadership plan||50%|
Leadership: Practice and perspectives
Roe, K., 2020
Oxford University Press
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