Courses - Faculty of Business And Economics


Leadership and Governance

Postgraduate 700 Level Courses

LDGOV 701
15 Points

Contemporary Governance

Core thinking and skills associated with governance in a New Zealand context (corporate, NFP and indigenous) including the role, function and dynamics of boards, regulatory and legal frameworks, and board practice and engagement.

LDGOV 702
15 Points

Leading Self, Others and Action

Builds, refreshes and revitalises personal leadership identity and practice and develops skills in leading others and processes. Explores a Māori worldview on leadership, and develops a mindset for complex organisational and society challenges that cross sectors and contexts.

LDGOV 703
15 Points

Current Issues in Governance

Explores international developments, innovations and new thinking in governance such as corporate purpose, integrated reporting ESG and shareholder/stakeholder/entity primacy. Includes topics on indigenous governance, Treaty issues, iwi partnerships and corporate sustainability. Includes topics on indigenous governance including, Treaty issues and iwi partnerships.

LDGOV 704
15 Points

Current Issues in Leadership

Explores contemporary challenges confronting leadership including ethics, sustainability, diversity, complexity, partnership and power sharing, particularly related to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, collaborative and network dynamics.

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