Positively Leading People and Organizations

Course Code
MO 302
3 hours
  • Fall 17
  • Fall 18
  • Winter 18
  • Winter 19
No credit in MO 300

Positively Leading People and Organizations --- This course prepares you to lead high-performing, successful teams and organizations. The course will introduce framework to help you identify organizational problems and opportunities, develop solutions that leverage strengths, and lead your team or organization to success. Drawing on key principles of positive organizing, you will learn how to influence others without formal authority, negotiate and make effective decisions, and build your social capital. You will learn how to manage conflict and lead change to help you and your organization thrive in today's dynamic, competitive, and global marketplace. The course draws on a variety of teaching tools including cases, video, simulations, discussions, and exercises to enrich student learning.

Taught By
Lance Sandelands
  • Professor of Management and Organizations
  • Professor of Psychology
Professor Lloyd E. Sandelands joined the faculty of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the faculty of Psychology in the College of Literature...