Course OverviewThis course introduces basic theories and elements of organizational behavior with a focus on the nature of the organization. A number of real-world examples with an international perspective are provided as case studies. After a general review of the historical and theoretical foundations of organizational behavior, students will learn to apply the primary research-backed procedures used by practitioners within the field.
What You'll Learn
- International Management and Organizational Behavior
- Individuals and Organizations
- Motivating People in a Global Environment
- Managing Work Groups and Teams
- Enhancing Effective Communication in Organizations
- Managing Power and Conflict
- Understanding the Decision Process in the International Arena
- Managing Stress at Work
- Managing by Values
- Managing Careers
- Managing Diversity
- Emerging Themes in Organizational Behavior
- Managerial Learning and Ethics
Who Should Attend
- Support Staff
- Line Managers
- Recent Graduates
- Business Students
- CEU Seekers
- Career Pivoter
- Resume Builders
Participant must complete all sections to earn Digital Badge of Completion.
This course is offered through Anderson School of Management.
UNM Staff, Faculty and Retirees can use their Tuition Remission benefit on professional development programs.