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ENG 234 - Writing for Leadership

Course Description:
Writing for Leadership is a writing intensive course "Values" course designed for students of all majors. In this course, students will study a variety of modes of professional communication—including leadership statements, mission statements, email, performance reviews, and SWOT analyses—to communicate in ways that are complementary to both organizational mission and leadership style. Applying contemporary case studies, students will learn how to communicate with a variety of stakeholders, relay important information, address conflict, evaluate employees, and articulate important plans and projects from multiple organizational positions. Offered each spring. 3 credits.
 
Credits:
3.00
College:
Cabrini University
Department:
English
Restrictions:
None
Co-Requisites:
Pre-Requisites:
Repeat Status:
May NOT be repeated for credit
CRN
10175
Subject Code
ENG
Course Number
234
Section
OL
Credits
3.00
Title
Writing for Leadership
Campus
Cabrini University
Instructor(s)
Amy Lee Persichetti
Instruction Type
Online
Max Enroll
16
Enroll
16
Section Comments
None
Textbooks
Click on the link below to see textbooks for this course:
Cabrini University Bookstore
 

Class Schedule

Start Date End Date Times Days Building Room
8/31/2020 10/24/2020 - On-Line Course