Managers are judged by the quality of their decisions but often they know little about the processes that go into critical decision-making and the strategies required to improve on it. A deeper understanding of organizations as well as managerial psychology is an asset to any one in a managerial position. This course equips participants on organizational development and the psychology necessary to move it forward.
The principal objective of this course is to sharpen the ability of managers, empowering them with adequate skills in organizational decision-making strategies capable of moving organizations forward.
Expected Learning Outcomes
It is expected that at the end of the course, students will have developed the following capabilities:
- Understand the scope and complexity of managerial psychology and the dynamics of leadership.
- Appreciate the philosophical and cultural underpinnings of Human behavior
- Understand the factors influencing effective and ineffective decision-making.
18 Months (3 Semesters)
Professionals working in organizations who may want to handle management positions, degree holders who may want to pursue scholarship in the area of Managerial Psychology and Leadership.
Graduates may suitably fit in various roles in many organizations, including the capacity of Managerial-level personnel.