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Goolsby-Inspired Emotional Leadership:
Integrity - Courage - Impact

MANA 5350 – Spring 2013

Professor: James Campbell Quick, Distinguished Professor of Leadership & Organizational Behavior John and Judy Goolsby – Jacqualyn A. Fouse Endowed Chair

Executive: Prashant Ranade, CEO and President, Syntel

Office: 617 Hours: W, 6-7 p.m.; by appointment in Arlington or at the Fort Worth Center.

Phones: Office: 817.272.3869 Home Office: 817.496.0567 (messages)
E-mail: jquick@uta.edu

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

This course is an advanced graduate elective inspired by John Goolsby ’64. The motto of the Goolsby Leadership Academy is: Integrity - Courage - Impact. Goolsby-inspired leadership is founded on cutting edge science and practice. The substantive anchors of the Goolsby model are: authentic leadership, emotional competence, and personal integrity. See: www.uta.edu/goolsby

This practice-based class relies on learning from distinguished leaders, personal experience, and from the science. Self-awareness is a hallmark of authentic leadership and other-awareness is a key to effective leadership. Each leader must find her/his own way. We pursue 5 learning outcomes:

1. The students will be able to identify their own strengths/limitations and, with this knowledge, begin to explore and explain their own leadership approach.

2. The students will be able to describe the strengths/limitations of others and to describe the effects that these have on others’ leadership ability and effectiveness.

3. The students will be able to identify and explore critical thinking and moral reasoning in the context of ethical dilemmas.

4. The students will be able to write and speak more clearly using communication skills, including reflective listening, critical feedback, and positive expression of emotion.…...

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