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Establishing a Business Mindset

This three-day, elective course is a participant-centric, facilitator-led course which outlines the elements of leadership in a business environment by discussing traits, theories, and styles of leadership. Branding, motivation, and inspiration are also discussed, and participants will have activities focused on developing their personal brand, personal leadership stories, and their business mindset. The remainder of the class is focused on materials available from MIT’s Sloan School of Management Case Studies and Management Simulation Game. Participants will use a business perspective, not a government perspective, to discuss the case studies.

Learning Objectives

  • Define leadership and what traits make up an effective leader
  • Learn effective and ineffective leadership styles
  • Understand the difference between management and leadership
  • Gain brand association and learn to build a personal brand
  • Learn about the motivation and inspiration of leaders, Maslow’s Theory of Motivation
  • Address common leadership theories and styles
  • Develop and improve a business mindset

Pre-Requisites

None

Course ID

EBM-EL

Length

3 Days

CLPs

24

Testimonials

“I highly valued the activities and group presentation aspect.” – 2019 participant

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