MHR 741 Managing Interpersonal Dynamics

The development of interpersonal skills is a lifelong process which involves understanding oneself and other people. A manager’s success is highly dependent upon his or her self-awareness and ability to interact effectively with subordinates, superiors, peers. The course combines conceptual and experiential learning and strongly emphasizes skill practice and feedback. It moves from a focus on the management of self to a focus on the management of others, individually and in groups. Topics include: increasing self-awareness, managing stress, understanding others, using power and influence successfully, dealing with conflict, and managing group dynamics. This course is intended for students who already possess a conceptual foundation in organizational behaviour, who are seeking to learn more about themselves, and who want to enhance their interpersonal skills. (formerly MGT 741) Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisite: MHR 405 or HTH 601 or Direct Entry Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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