This course will provide doctoral candidates with a better understanding of organizational design structure and the intricacies of leadership. The course objectives will be achieved through focusing upon theories of ‘Organizational Behavior and Leadership’ that are fundamental for comprehending: planning, design, strategy and management.

In addition, this course aims to present many of the essential behavioral, social and environmental processes that provide inspiration and motivation for human action. This course is an interactive course that requires the candidate to maintain a personal reflection journal throughout the session to gaining maximum benefit of the subject manner.

Duration = 12 weeks

Course / Module Professor

Dr. Donald Oxford York holds the position of Professor of Leadership Studies at Monarch Business School Switzerland as well as Dean of Student Development. Professor Dr. York holds a D.Phil. in Business Research degree with distinction from Monarch Business School where he also earned a Master of Philosophy in Business Research with distinction. He also holds a B.A. in Behavioral Neuropsychology from McGill University in Montreal where he also completed a Graduate Diploma in Leadership. At present, Dr. York is completing a MA in Counselling & Spirituality at St-Paul University, a college of the University of Ottawa. His areas of interest revolves around Health Care Administration and Leadership. (More…)