To be successful in the global business environment, managers require skills in problem anticipation, identification and solving, along with abilities to work with and in teams, have strong communication skills and engage in ethical decision making. Thus, critical and self-reflective thinking is central to success in both postgraduate study and professional business careers. This course is designed to provide a strong foundation for professional development of our students. Students will develop an understanding of the functioning and contribution of teams and ethical practices in wider organisational contexts. In addition students will focus on enhancing their inter and intra personal communication skills. The course adopts a multiple perspectives approach which encourages students to develop these skills.
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