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Learning outcomes of the course
Purpose of the course
The purpose of this course is to learn keys theories and tools of Leadership as coaching.
Organisational and financial management
Learning to learn
Working in a workplace
Course intended learning outcome
The student is familiar with and understands the approaches and operating practices of coaching leadership as part of effective leadership work. The student is able to apply operating models and various kinds of tools in individual and team leadership situations and develop the organisational coaching leadership practices to build up an effective and encouraging work community.
Coaching leadership and its benefits, coaching leadership philosophy, the coach’s role and skills, coaching tools and methods.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
You differentiate between and classify key concepts. You understand the theory and methods of the subject area and describe the implementation with reference to them. You discuss the subject from different perspectives. You present principal results and development suggestions. You develop the organisation from the point of view of your work role. You take responsibility for your own work. You evaluate your competence and recognise your principal development target. You report illustratively, but the report contains certain illogicalities and shortcomings. You write unstructured text with numerous different repeated language and style errors. You follow JAMK’s reporting instructions insufficiently.
You apply a theory of the subject area that is delineated from the point of view of your topic. You select and define the key concepts. You find a solution to the problem and illustrate the results with examples. The examples exhibit understanding and independent thinking that is connected to theory. You are able to cooperate in a responsible manner in a problem-solving situation and take responsibility for a colleague’s work. You evaluate your own competence with the help of examples. You report in a logical and illustrative manner, but the report exhibits certain shortcomings. You write text that is partly unstructured and exhibits many different language and style errors. You follow JAMK’s reporting instructions insufficiently.
Assessment criteria - grade 3 and 4
You analyse essential and well-delineated theory and concepts of the subject area and justify their choice. You demonstrate an ability to follow and analyse the development and/or research in your area of expertise. You lead or plan a research, development or innovation project in which you apply new methods. You develop the operations of the organisation by finding an alternative solution. You combine theory and practice. You evaluate and substantiate your own competence and are capable of developing it. You report in a logical and illustrative manner, substantiating the points you make. You write structured text with occasional language and style errors. You follow JAMK’s reporting instructions.
Very good 4
You outline a coherent whole of the key theory and concepts of the subject area, which you reflect upon critically. You assess, follow and discuss the development of, and international research in, your area of expertise. You lead or plan a research, development or innovation project in which you resolve a practical problem. You assess the process and the outcome by mirroring them against usability and theory. You reflect your competence and development. You report in a logical, analytical and competent manner. You write structured text in a fluent and almost error-free formal style. You follow JAMK’s reporting instructions.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
You produce new perspectives or knowledge on the subject area. You assess and interpret critically the development of different professional fields by also making reference to international research knowledge. You reflect upon the topic also at the societal level. You define the key concepts related to the special competence of the field correctly and in relation to one other. You demonstrate taking responsibility for increasing new knowledge and practices in your own professional field and for goal-oriented learning. You revise operating practices in a constantly changing operating environment. You assess, analyse, compare and substantiate the process, its outcome and its action proposals that are linked to the set objectives and criteria. You assess the development of your competence critically, comprehensively and in a diverse way, substantiating your arguments. You produce convincing content, presenting a logically coherent whole in which you demonstrate critical thinking and combine things in a new way. Your communications are argumentative and insightful and comply with an error-free formal style.