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Leadership and Communication (MSIN0077)

Key information

Faculty
Faculty of Engineering Sciences
Teaching department
UCL School of Management
Credit value
15
Restrictions
The UG version of MSIN0077 is only available to 4th year MSci Information Management for Business students, 4th year Management Science students and Leuven affiliates.

Alternative credit options

There are no alternative credit options available for this module.

Description

This module prepares students to understand and apply the principles behind Leadership as a phenomenon situated in a context. It gives students the opportunity to practise and develop their own leadership and communication skills through both the study of theory, and the application of these theories through analysis and practice. There are many examples discussed and many opportunities to practise.

 

The module is delivered through weekly lectures. In the first part topics are introduced and discussed. The second part consists of practical workshops aimed at developing leadership and communication skills.

 

Module deliveries for 2020/21 academic year

Intended teaching term: Term 2     Postgraduate (FHEQ Level 7)

Teaching and assessment

Mode of study
Face-to-face
Methods of assessment
60% Individual Report (up to 2,500 words analysis on own leadership style)
40% Group Project (up to 4,000 words)
Mark scheme
Numeric Marks

Other information

Number of students on module in previous year
14
Module leader
Dr Miha Stan
Who to contact for more information
mgmt-postgraduate@ucl.ac.uk

Intended teaching term: Term 2     Undergraduate (FHEQ Level 7)

Teaching and assessment

Mode of study
Face-to-face
Methods of assessment
60% Individual report (Up to 2,500 words analysis on own leadership style)
40% Group Project (Up to 4,000 words)
Mark scheme
Numeric Marks

Other information

Number of students on module in previous year
31
Module leader
Dr Miha Stan
Who to contact for more information
mgmt-postgraduate@ucl.ac.uk

Last updated

This module description was last updated on 5th March 2020.