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Master of Organizational Leadership
The Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program is designed to enhance the leadership skills of todays emerging leaders. The program will teach learners to effectively plan, communicate, and problem solve within a professional setting.
Cohort model; accelerated classes meet once a week in person or online
Offered at multiple locations in the greater Chicagoland area
Professionals with a bachelors degree from an accredited college or university
The Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) program is designed to enhance professional leadership skills of business owners, managers, and supervisors in industry, non-profits and government. The MOL focuses on providing you with a variety of human relations skills, as well as conceptual and technical skills. We prepare you to successfully fulfill the planning, communicating, problem-solving and decision-making activities of your professional position.
Courses require learners to apply theories and/or models to specific problems and issues, or to change initiatives within their organizations. Develop and improve your communication skills through presentations, papers, and journal-portfolios in which you assess the growth and development of your leadership skills. Collaborative learning team projects involve the study of specific leadership issues, and their possible solutions and change initiatives.
Curriculum Graduate Strategies for Success
Leadership Theories and Practices
Leading, Learning, and Communicating in an e-World
Financial Environment of Organizations
Organizational Culture and Politics
Coaching, Mentoring, and Resolving Conflicts
Leading High-Performance Teams
Performance-Based Evaluation Systems
Organizational Ethics, Values, and the Law
Developing a Multicultural Perspective
Strategic Leadership: Planning, Problem Solving and Decision-Making
Leading Change and Transformation
Capstone Seminar in Organizational Leadership