Performance Based and Inclusive Leadership

Performance Based and Inclusive Leadership

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

The FEBT Summer School Performance Based and Inclusive Leadership focuses on the development of knowledge related to the roles and inter and intra-dynamics of various individual, group and contextual factors in the performance-based and inclusive domains of leadership. The purpose is to enable students to aacquire modern knowledge about the factors, features and functionalities of various aspects of leadership based on performance and inclusivity, and the development of analytical and critical skills necessary for the comprehension, application, as well as improvement and development of the aforementioned aspects of leadership.  The experts in the field provide the scientific and practical knowledge of theories and methods used in behavioural economics.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the class the participant will be able to:

  • Enhance their awareness regarding the state-of-the-art scientific research on performance based and inclusive leadership from across the globe, and develop analytical and critical skills needed for comprehension and engagement with scientific research in the focal and related areas.

  • Present, discuss and evaluate the roles and inter/intra-dynamics of various individual, group and contextual factors in developing, engaging in and championing various aspects of the performance based and inclusive leadership.

  • Acquire and develop knowledge regarding the meaning, significance and functioning modalities of these important and challenging aspects of leadership.

TARGET AUDIENCE  

  • Graduate and postgraduate students in economics (or in social sciences, technical sciences or science related fields) who intend to round out their knowledge in the field and use it in the process of preparing dissertations.
  • Researchers and professionals working in the field.

CREDITS TRANSFERS (ECTS)

This FEBT Summer school program offers participants the possibility of going through evaluation process for the purspose of requesting official credit transfers (ECTS).

  • Evaluation process

articipants who wish to acquire 6 ECTS will be evaluated based on the regular and active course attendance and  taking an exam in the form of take-home essay.

The goal of the essay is to show the necessary ability to critically think about the challenges of behavioural economics and the essay should have approximately 10.000 words.

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE

Participants not interested in credit transfer will instead receive the Certificate of Attendence, stating the course completed. These students will be neither evaluated nor graded.

COURSE FEE

The price of course includes lecture and practical hours. More details about fees find here!

COURSE OUTLINE
 

Week of June 26 - 30, 2023 (Face-to-face)

Lecture themes*

Lecturers

Course

hours

Approaches to responsible and inclusive leadership

Daniela Pauknerova

(VSE Prague, CZE)

3

Purpose driven leadership​

Secil Baryaktar

(Toulouse BS, France)

3

Strength-based leadership

Ivana Bulog

(FEBT, Split)

3

Cross-cultural aspects of business leadership

Dario Miočević

(FEBT, Split)

3

Unlocking the power of diversity through inclusive leadership

Marijana Barić

(Norwich, UK)

3

Sustainability accounting and accountability through the prism of leadership

Anwar Halari

(Open University, UK)

3

Daily innovation practice: how to practice: how to create in a frantic world

Ieva Martinayte

(Norwich, UK)

3

Gender does (not) matter: the job role congruity theory of leader behaviour

Jasenko Ljubica

(FEBT, Split)

3

Digitalization & Leadership or why we should lose control

Jan Hinrich Meyer

(Ramon Lull, Barcelona)

3

Neuropsychological Leadership and how Performance can be increased by Neurohaking

Tanja Dressen

(Dusseldorf, Germany)

3

Diagramme of participation as a roadmap to move multistakeholder initiatives beyond deliberation

Marija Roglić

(Montpellier, France)

3

Workshop and essay writing

FEBT lecturers*

5

* Essay writing includes 5 hours of workshop and 105 individual hours of participants who want to join the Summer School for the purposes of requesting official credit transfers of 6 ECTS