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课程概述

This course covers the following topics: negotiation, feedback and coaching, conflict management, and leading change. The objectives are to learn how to use leadership skills to work more effectively with others, how to use leadership skills to organize others to work more effectively together, and to apply the foundations of effective leadership skills to everyday situations faced by leaders. Learners: • Will be able to negotiate effectively and influence others • Provide feedback and coaching that is appropriate and influential • Will be able to manage conflict and lead change This course is part of the iMBA offered by the University of Illinois, a flexible, fully-accredited online MBA at an incredibly competitive price. For more information, please see the Resource page in this course and onlinemba.illinois.edu....

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SR

May 20, 2017

Excellent learning. These kind of courses really help an individual learn and implement what leaders in organizations do. The best part of this was the Emotional Intelligence and the Negotiation part.

AO

Oct 18, 2017

This course has been an eye opener for me; a really great experience in deed. The faculty is lovely, and professor Gregory Northcraft knows how to keep you engaged virtually.\n\nThank you Coursera.

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176 - Applications of Everyday Leadership 的 192 个评论(共 192 个)

创建者 Simon E

Feb 14, 2017

Good conceptual insight. Basic but thought provoking assignments.

创建者 Andrea R

Mar 04, 2016

Very good & useful information that can be easily implemented.

创建者 Shane P

Nov 28, 2016

very good course, very informative will teach you alot

创建者 Chris M

Mar 05, 2018

First course was better, but this wasn't too bad

创建者 Jie C

Aug 05, 2019

Overall is great and helpful.

创建者 Caleb G

Apr 06, 2017

Great content. thank you!!

创建者 abdulqawi h

Nov 27, 2019

Nice

创建者 NOURELDIN H M A

Jan 31, 2018

good

创建者 Romain V

Mar 22, 2016

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创建者 Степин А В

Mar 16, 2018

I, as not the native speaker of the English language, it was extremely difficult to translate many of the constructions and turns that the authors use in this course. Some of the control questions after the second module contained topics and formulations that were narrated and submitted in the third module. Perhaps this is some kind of training ... Well, it was interesting) But the wording of questions should be reviewed for non-English speakers. Thank you! Good luck!

创建者 Michael G

Mar 04, 2019

The material is a little dated and could be updated. The material was still good but I did not see some of new trends in management that I would have wanted to see.

创建者 Cyril D

Jan 20, 2017

Great course materials.

Found it difficult to form groups of students and meet up for the activity cases.

创建者 Amit R A

Dec 17, 2018

There should be good examples and more case studies

创建者 Mohammed S S

Apr 17, 2019

Decision making is the focus.

创建者 Subhajyoti C

Sep 12, 2019

The course content and suggested material are not properly documented and in most cases not easily retrievable. Also the course scoring rubric is ambiguous and people have trouble understanding and capturing all aspects of it.

创建者 Thuy N

Oct 08, 2019

Writing assignments grading rubrics are far too specific in what they are asking for. Many times the concepts are presented well but not in the exact phrasing the rubric requests so the author will be dinged on points.

创建者 Kartik N

Mar 12, 2017

Not a fan of this course. Reasons:

1) The subject material is presented in a dry manner (too much talking and jargon) - I find it repetitive and boring. I have to play it at least 1.75x in order to get through the material and try and stay engaged but I still have a hard time paying attention. Seriously, so boring!

2) There is a high degree of subjectivity in grading essays (peer reviews)

This course can benefit from:

1) Clearer introduction of concepts using pictures and animations, as well as cutting out the repetitiveness (and the assault of the jargonaut)

2) A better approach to grading that places importance on concepts instead of key words (jargon)