Course Code: ORGB 4001
Academic Year: 2018-2019
This course in Organizational Behaviour provides an opportunity for students to examine individual and group behaviour in public, private and nonprofit organizations as well as, the implications for effective management and leadership roles. Beginning with the individual process to the broader organizational role, participants will explore their own motivations, decision making processes and leadership abilities. This work will in turn, create a solid foundation for understanding and transforming individual and group work behaviours based on values and attitudes, social behaviours, ABA & CBT strategies, and organizational processes. Students will be challenged to enrich their own individual careers through the application of organizational behaviour theories and behavioural skills.