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Global Business Leadership - GLBL
While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.
Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
- Evaluate and recommend the appropriate dispute resolution or negotiation process for a given situation.
- Evaluate the types and models of conflict resolution from a conflict continuum.
- Justify appropriateness of types and models of conflict resolution including the pros and cons of the selected process.
- Analyze underlying causes and factors that affect conflicts on the individual, team, and organization level.
- Develop strategies to improve conflict management skills and processes.
- Critically analyze conflict and negotiation and compare diverse cultural and global views of conflict and negotiation.
Effective as of Fall 2021