about Danny de los reyes
Having the opportunity to pursue a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership further equips me to create a more profound impact in my life and the lives and careers of those I have the opportunity to lead. An ever-increasing desire to improve my leadership led me to join this program.
The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership program prepares leaders from a broad range of institutional settings to impact positively their organizations and communities. This harmonizes with the goal of Harrison Graduate School to provide graduate programs which equip students to fulfill the mission of the University through increased professional and ministerial effectiveness and preparation for future academic training.
LDR 5283 Motivation, Teams, Coaching & Mentoring
This course explores the psychological contract between leader and follower that take any of many forms between two people or between the leader and small groups. Students study group formation and group development as well as the intricacies of coaching, mentoring, and discipline. Students study organizational behavior and explore basic concepts affect leadership effectiveness.
Student learning outcomes upon completion of this program are:
- Identify and strategize to develop their unique personality, gifts, and assets within a servant leadership framework.
- Demonstrate leadership knowledge, capabilities, and characteristics needed to impact the church or marketplace positively.
- Create a dynamic plan to manage personal and professional growth.