FOR 211 Redesign 2nd Draft - Haindel - Spring 2019
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Class: FOR 211 Supervision and Leadership
Institution: Central Oregon Community College
Instructor: C. HaindelAuthor: C. Haindel
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Learning objectives:
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1. Demonstrate an awareness of your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to you as an employee, supervisor and peer.
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2. Explain how technology, globalization and other significant changes that have occurred in society have affected the job of supervision.
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3. Know the basic vocabulary of the management world and the role supervision plays in organizational operations.
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4. Know the organizational structure and the value of job descriptions, documentation and delegation.
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5. Identify employee characteristics and ways to motivate employees.
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6. Identify leadership traits and the different types of leadership styles.
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7. Demonstrate an understanding of techniques for effective communication.
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8. Understand the employee appraisal process.
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9. Identify and work with various types of conflict.
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10. Demonstrate an understanding of handling employee discipline.
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11. Know the difference between levels of management and identify the elements necessary to be a successful supervisor.
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How I understand the objectives:Course Materials:Citations:
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1. Recognize and understand management structure and why it exists.
Principles of Management Required Textbook
Bright, D. S., Cortes, A. H., Hartmann, E., Parboteeah, K. P., Pierce, J. L., Reece, M., . . . O’Rourke, J. S. (2019). Principles of Management. Houston, TX: OpenStax.
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4. Understand the different leadership styles and when to apply them.https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-management
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2. Understand management terminology.
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3. Understand the psychology of motivation and communication.Extreme Ownership Optional TextbookWillink, J., & Babin, L. (2017). Extreme ownership: How US Navy SEALs lead and win. St. Martin's Press.
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5. Understand conflict and learn ways to mitigate it.
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6. Understand employee appraisal, discipline and performance review.Self-assessment course pack
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WeekTopicNarrative overviewWeekly objectiveBlackboard ModuleActivityScaffoldingDeliverable
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1Course orientation, Intro to the Principles of ManagementWelcome to FOR211. This week you will get familiar with course expectations and the basics of management structure and why it exists. We will also talk about the differences between for-profit and non-profit/government organizations and how supervision and leadership can differ between organizations. Additionally, we will talk about how all of this applies to a rapidly changing global society in a post-industrial era and we will discuss the history of management theory. I will introduce the textbooks that will be used in this class, Principles of Management and Extreme Ownership. Additionally, we will discuss the Leadership Portfolio assignment.Familiarize yourself with the course expectations and purpose1Read syllabusLecture, ReadingsDiscussion Post #1: Introduction
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Organization structure and types of managersIdentify and understand management structure and the history of management theories. Know the difference between levels of management and identify the elements necessary to be a successful supervisor.Read Chapters 1 and 3 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #1: Chapters 1 and 2
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Leadership PortfolioDemonstrate an awareness of your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to you as an employee, supervisor and peer.Begin self-assessment course packet.Self-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio: How Ready Are You to be a Supervisor?
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2Leadership Traits and StylesThis week we will learn about the different types of leadership styles and when to use them (or not use them). We will also learn about different types of personalities, attitudes and workplace behaviors. Identify leadership traits and the different types of leadership styles. Know the basic vocabulary of the management world and the role supervision plays in organizational operations.2Read Chapter 13 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #2: Chapter 13
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Personality, Attitudes and Work Behavior
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Leadership PortfolioDemonstrate an awareness of your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to you as an employee, supervisor and peer.Self-assessment course packetSelf-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio: Leadership Style Survey
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3ValuesThis week we will learn about how our values affect our motivation, attitudes and behaviors at work and beyond. We will look at different psychological and sociological theories of values and motivation and how they affect the work environment.Explain how technology, globalization and other significant changes that have occurred in society have affected the job of supervision.3Read Chapter 14 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #3: Chapter 14
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Who Moved My Cheese?
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MotivationIdentify employee characteristics and ways to motivate employees.Watch the Who Moved My Cheese? Video; Self-assessment course packetVideo, Self-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio - Clarifying What You Value; Who Moved My Cheese
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4CommunicationThis week, we will learn about how and why people communicate in the workplace. We will learn about different types of communication and the importance of accuracy and quality. We will also discuss communication across cultures.Explain how technology, globalization and other significant changes that have occurred in society have affected the job of supervision.4Read Chapter 16 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #4: Chapter 16
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Demonstrate an understanding of techniques for effective communication.Self-assessment course packetSelf-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio - Communication Self-Assessment
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5Mid-term ReviewThis week, we will review what we have learned so far, and go over the study guide for the mid-term exam.See weeks 1-45Review the mid-term study guideLecture, Readings
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Make a 3x5 notecard for the mid-term exam.Lecture, Readings3x5 notecard with notes relevant to the mid-term exam.
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6Mid-term ExamMid-term examSee weeks 1-41 through 5Mid-term ExamLectures and readings from Weeks 1 to 5. Mid-term study guide.Mid-term Exam
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7Conflict and Team ManagementThis week, we will learn about different types of conflict and how to mitigate for it. We will discuss ways to identify and deal with conflict before, during and after incidents occur.Identify and work with various types of conflict.7Read Chapter 15 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #5
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Demonstrate an awareness of your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to you as an employee, supervisor and peer.Self-assessment course packetSelf-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio: Conflict Reaction Profile
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8Problem Solving and Decision MakingThis week, we will learn about how leaders go about solving problems and making decisions in the workplace.Demonstrate an understanding of techniques for effective communication.8Read Chapter 2 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #6
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Demonstrate an awareness of your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to you as an employee, supervisor and peer.Self-assessment course packetSelf-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio: Decision Making/Problem Solving Self-Assessment
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9Performance Evaluation and Goal SettingThis week, we will learn about how performance evaluations work and how to set goals for yourself and/or subordinates in the workplace.Understand the employee appraisal process.9Read Chapter 11 in Bright et al. 2019; Attend lectureLecture, ReadingsQuiz #7
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Demonstrate an understanding of handling employee discipline.Self-assessment course packetSelf-assessment course packetLeadership Portfolio: Leadership Interview
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10Final Exam ReviewThis week, we will review for the final exam. I will have a study guide to go over with you. I will answer any questions that you have. The final exam will be comprehensive for topics covered throughout the term. It will be in a multiple choice format.All learning objectives as stated in the syllabus.1 through 9Final ExamLecture, Readings. Final exam study guide.Final exam
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