20% Face-to-face, 80% Distance learning
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1) Individual pre-symposium assignment: Study objectives and a research table in Learning Diary.
2) Participation in Ethical Leadership and Management Symposium lectures and workshops.
3) Individual assignment: A reflective learning diary including a case study and the research table.
Overall assessment criteria for the learning diary
1. Logic, thoroughness, creativity and motivation of the arguments and ideas presented in the reflection
2. Carefulness of using the pre-assignment articles
3. Comprehensiveness of the theoretical foundation
4. Implementation of an ethical decision-making / reasoning model in the case study.
5. Clarity of the report (the structure of the learning diary may be freely determined by the student)
11.06.2021 - 31.08.2021
30.11.2020 - 28.02.2021
0 - 65
Korkeakouluyksikkö D /YAMK
Jorma Jokela, Teija-Kaisa Aholaakko
Complementary competence, master’s studies in English (CYJ2), Generic studies
Deadline of the Pre-Assignment 1: research table 31st May 2021.
Deadline for the individual learning diary: 2020 November 22nd 23:59.
Lecturer xx from University College Leuven Limburg, Belgium??
Lecturer xx from Universitetet Nord, Bodö, Norway??
Lecturer xx from Coimbra University Portugal?
PhD Heikki Saxén ??
Ethical Leadership and Management -Symposium (5 ECTS = 135 hrs):
Pre-assignment 1 (2 ECTS= 54 hrs) Study objectives and pre-symposium research table of research articles selected for ELM-symposium introduced in the Learning diary.
Assignment 2 (0.3 ECTS = 8 hrs) Participation in ELM-symposium 11th June 2021
Assignment 3 (2.7 ECTS= 73 hrs) Learning diary (Max 3000 words) including individual objectives, reflection of objectives and active participation in ELM- symposium lectures and workshops; as well as the introduction of the case study. The pre-symposium research table is included as an appendix.
Deadline of the Pre-assignment 1. 31st May 2021.
Returning of the objectives and research table are compulsory requirements for participation in the ELM Symposium. The late return of the assignment is a sign of a low commitment and will decrease the grade.
2021 June11th 9-17
Program of the Ethical Leadership symposium 11 June 2021 will be published by March 31 2021.
IN the case the Covid-19 pandemic enables the attending to Ethical Leadership and Management –Symposium
at Laurea Tikkurila campus: Auditorium B101 (Ratatie 22, 01300 Vantaa) / or
In the case the Covid-19 pandemic continues with social distancing an Online Conference will be established related to actual national corona regulations.
Dead line for the learning diaries 2021 August 31 23:59.
The student is able To gather, process, produce and evaluate information about ethical leadership and management widely. To use concepts of the area of expertise systematically. To solve problems in ethical leadership and management research, development and/or innovation activities. To recognize and analyze foci of ethical leadership and management development making use of the knowledge base. To communicate about ethical leadership and management clearly both orally and in writing.
The student is able To gather, process, produce and evaluate information about ethical leadership and management critically and widely making use of both national and international scientific sources. To use concepts of the area of expertise fairly. To solve problems in ethical leadership and management research, development and/or innovation activities by applying and combining information from different fields. To create target-oriented, justified development plans for ethical leadership and management considering the community. To communicate about ethical leadership and management in a competent, clear and consistent manner both orally and in writing.
The student is able to create a consistent framework/knowledge base for ethical leadership and management making use of both national and international scientific sources in a critical analytic fashion. To solve demanding problems in research, development and/or innovation activities in ethical leadership and managements where new knowledge and competence is created as well as to apply and combine information from different fields. To develop the activities of the ethical leadership and management competence area in a target-oriented and communal fashion. To communicate about ethical leadership and management convincingly both orally and in writing to audiences within and exterior to the field.