This course involves the study of organizational behavior, its foundations and the role of effective leadership in motivating staff with a particular emphasis on organizational workforce. Topics of relevance to be explored include the following core concepts and theories: diversity training, group and team building, staff motivation, decision making, leadership, communication, ethics, organizational culture, organizational change, technology, power and politics.
In this lecture, we will analyze the issue of diversity management in the workplace and identify effective strategies for managers and employees alike to navigate their ways through this complex situation in order to keep employees productive and employees happy regardless of the differences between them.
In this lecture, we will tackle how to create effective groups and teams in the workplace. More, we will learn about the challenges and the factors affecting the creation of a successful organizational social culture.
Motivational Factors and Employee Performance:
This lecture aims at identifying the various factors affecting staff motivation and performance and more to provide the tools necessary for organizational leaders to motivate their staff.
Leadership and Decision-Making Process:
This lecture will explore the various leadership styles and their relationship to any decision-making process. In addition, students will learn how to identify the best strategies in any decision-making process.
This segment of the course is intended for students to ask any questions or concerns they have.
My name is Ibrahima Diallo. I come to Udemy with more than a decade of professional experience in organizational management. I occupied various management over the past decade with various organizations for profit and for non-profits. I am currently a freelance business consultant.
I have a Bachelor in International Studies, a Master's degree in Organizational Management and Public Administration, an additional Master's degree of Arts in Education (Higher Education) and currently completing my Doctorate degree in Public Administration.
I am a lifelong learner and I love to share that passion with my students. I strongly believe that teaching is about fostering learning in a constructive environment and I strive to captivate my audience's engagement and interest at all time. My focus is on organizational behavior; namely in diversity and leadership development.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that I look forward to being your instructor on Organizational Behavior: A Practical Approach to Organizational Management.