This module introduces candidates to the theories, practices and ideals of ethical management and leadership. Using a range of case studies, it utilises current policy and law alongside business leadership theory to help candidates to hone their own leadership skills. Considering a range of Irish and international examples, this module offers candidates the chance to reflect on their own values to achieve a deep social and philosophical understanding of leadership.
Business Management and EDI Planning, planning EDI in a management role, choosing appropriate goals and actions, determining strategies, actions, and deciding what resources are needed to create synergies between business goals and EDI goals.
Organizing; This process of establishing worker relationships, encouraging diverse workforces, facilitating diverse workers to work together to achieve organizational goals.
Leadership; articulating a vision, energizing employees, inspiring and motivating people using vision, influence, persuasion, and effective communication skills.
Staffing; Recruiting and selecting diverse employees for positions within the company (within teams and departments).
Controls; Evaluate how well you are achieving your business and EDI goals, improving performance, taking actions. Put processes in place to help you establish standards, so you can measure, compare, and make decisions.
Who is it for?
The programme is designed for those seeking a better understanding and implementation of management and leadership theory of EDI towards the creation of a positive environment that supports all employees with the opportunity to thrive in an innovative organisation.
Graduates of the certificate can progress to the Higher Diploma in Business in EDI.
EDI Management Theory & Leadership
|Fees:||Free or Heavily Subsidised|
|Duration:||24 lecture hours over 8 or 12 weeks|