An MBA graduate program in leadership applies concepts in organization and human behavior to effective business models. This degree may be designed for students with strong organizational capacity and a passion for leading others. MBA candidates should be well-versed in organizational strategy and be comfortable guiding others through effective and meaningful communication. The coursework of a leadership MBA commonly includes core leadership principles that are formed based on the science of psychology and human behavior. These principles are then applied to a business model, so as to demonstrate just how effective successful leadership is to a company’s viability.
While there is no single attribute that creates an effective leader, a true success story may be shown through the effects of his leadership. For chief officers, this success rate may be gauged on a company’s fiscal performance. For upper-level department managers like sales and marketing professionals, achievement is likely focused on goals, either in regards to specific campaigns, or in business revenue. A small business owner may use improved profitability to demonstrate his effective leadership. And this goes on and on. A leadership MBA is one of few degrees that may be applicable in nearly any facet of modern business. How it gets applied is completely up to you.
- Leadership Practice and Application
- Managing and Leading
- Innovation and Technology
- Business Operations
Colleges Offering Degree
- Walden University
- Grand Canyon University
- Norwich University
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