SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentIMBA Program, First Year IMBA Program, Second Year
Course NameLeadership and Team Building
InstructorLEE SWEE-HUAT
Credit2.0
Course TypeRequired
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule

5. Class schedule: August 30 to September 1, 2019 @ Yilan, Taiwan



* Schedules subject to further modification.



* More logistic information will be provided. Please note that you must be at the school before

0700 on 8/30. Grouping will start at 0730 sharp.



* Dress Code: Casual (floor-seating & movement-based activities; skirts discouraged)



 



 



8/30 Friday



0700 Arrival @NCCU



0700-0730 Grouping, Ice-breaking with group



0730-0830 Bus to Yilan (sit together with group members, One Word on the bus)



0830-0900 Admin, Logistics & Pairing with learning partner



0900-0930 Kick-off and Ice-breaking



0930-1030 Re-learning how to learn



1030-1230 Learning about yourself and others (DISC)



1230-1330 Lunch



1330-1500 Exercise 1



1500-1800 Learning about cultural contexts



1715-1800 Feedback & Sharing



1800-1930 Dinner



1930-2230 Group Discussion: Practice Disclosure, Feedback, and Sharing



 



8/31 Saturday



0800-0900 Breakfast (Group review on 8/30)



0900-0930 Sharing



0930-1100 System Thinking I



1100-1230 System Thinking II



1230-1330 Lunch



1330-1630 Linking: Team Building with Exercise 2



1630-1800 Leading: Leadership & Fellowship



1715-1800 Feedback & Sharing



1800-1930 Dinner



1930-2230 Group Discussion:



Expectations & Transformation



 



9/1 Sunday



0800-0900 Breakfast (Group review of 8/31)



0900-0930 Sharing



0930-1200 Exercise 3



1200-1330 Lunch



1330-1630 Team Presentation



1630-1730 Wrap-up



1730-1830 Bus to NCCU (with snacks)



1830 Dismissal


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant
Requirement/Grading

Presence & Participation (group discussion, class activities, etc.) 20%



Reflection 1   20%



Reflection 2   40%



Group Project   20%



 



Reflection Papers



Reflection 1 (before the camp) to be submitted by 12:00pm 8/25 to: https://forms.gle/d8L2UgmH1SGSGqmGA



After reading the required articles, please reflect on what you know about yourself and your expectation by completing the IMBA program. Write a personal reflection paper (Single-spaced, Limit to 2 Pages in MS Word) on “Who am I”, covering all the topics below:





  • How would you describe yourself?




  • Your most positive life event and how does it impact you?




  • Your most negative life event and how does it impact you?




  • What are your top 3 challenges of becoming a leader?




  • What do you want to gain and accomplish by completing the IMBA Program?





Reflection 2 to be submitted by 9/15. Details will be provided at the end of the camp.



Group project



A group project will be assigned at the end of the camp, report to be submitted by 9/16.



 



 


Textbook & Reference




    1. Required Readings: Available at: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NpRLc3PVYb4n5cXUX0nAt-ajmCMxFPQl?usp=sharing






  1. Peter Drucker, Managing Oneself http://sbuweb.tcu.edu/jmathis/Org_Mgmt_Materials/Managing_Oneself.pdf




  2. From Transactional to Transformational Leadership



    http://discoverthought.com/Leadership/References_files/Bass%20leadership%201990.pdf




  3. Mindtools. Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing Your 10-Minute Guide to Developing an Effective Team

    https://www.mindtools.com/blog/corporate/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/01/Forming-Storming.pdf




  4. Jim Collins, From Good To Great, Soundview Book Summary,



    http://ventell.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Good-to-Great-Executive-Summary.pdf




  5. Steven Corey, The 7 habits of highly effective people

    https://www.franklincovey.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Soundview_BookSummary_The-7-Habits.pdf




  6. Meyer, E. (2015). Getting to Sí, Ja, Oui, Hai, and Da. Harvard Business Review, 10, 105-116.

    https://hbr.org/2015/12/getting-to-si-ja-oui-hai-and-da




Urls about Course
Attachment

LECR_syllabus.pdf