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Leadership
Communication:
The Course Overview
Galang Lufityanto, M.Psi., Ph.D.
galanglufityanto@ugm.ac.id

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Introduction
Draw on a provided paper : What
does COMMUNICATION mean for
you?
Draw on a provided second paper :
What does LEADERSHIP
COMMUNICATION mean for you?

How do they
differ?
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Course Objectives
1. Knowing: students understand
the basic and applicable
principles of effective
communication as a leader.
2. Doing: students are willing to
practice the effective
communication skills that boost
competence as a leader.
3. Being: students internalize
values of positive
communication that reflect the
credibility as a leader.
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In practice.
After having this course, you will
be able to:
Making people do what you ask
Delivering bad news
Resolving conflicts at the
workplace
Winning peoples heart
Being a legend
Ask not what your country can
do for you, but what you can do
for your country John F. Kennedy

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Methods
Seminar : knowledge transfer
Group discussion : finding solution
(how) of real-context problems related
with communication.
Coaching : having a direct feedback on
individual performance .
Reflection: getting into the mind (why)
as antecedent of certain behaviors.
Assignments & Assessment:
evaluation of knowledge and its
implementation.

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Course Evaluation

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Course Reference
The Main Reference:
Barret D. J. (2014). Leadership
Communication. Fourth Edition. New
York: McGraw Hill.

Additional References:
Locker, K. O. & Kaczmarek, S.K.
(2014). Business Communication.
Sixth Edition. New York: McGraw Hill.
Journals and other publications

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Course Content
1. Leadership Communication
2. Communication Purpose, Strategy, & Structure
3. The Language of Leaders
4. The Use of Social Media & Leadership Correspondence.
5. Leadership Documents
6. Leadership Presentations
7. Graphics with a Leadership Edge
8. Emotional Intelligence & Interpersonal Skills for Leaders
9. Diversity & Intercultural Communication
10. High-Performing Team Leadership
11. Meeting: Leadership & Productivity
12. Leadership Communication in an Organizational Context
13. Transformational Leadership through Effective Internal Communication
14. Transformational Leadership through Effective External
Communication

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Course Syllabus
Session Date Topics Activities
I 30/01/2017 Introduction & Chapter 1 Seminar
II 06/02/2017 Chapter 1 (contd) & Chapter 2 Seminar
Chapter 3 & Chapter 4 +Independent
III 13/02/2017 Seminar
Study (Chapter5)
IV 20/02/2017 Coaching: Presentation Quiz & Coaching
V 27/02/2017 Coaching: Presentation & Chapter 6 Coaching & Seminar
VI 06/03/2017 Chapter 7 Seminar
VII 13/03/2017 Chapter 8 Seminar
Mid Term Exam, 23/03/2017
VIII 03/04/2017 Chapter 9 Seminar
IX 10 /04/2017 Chapter 11 Seminar
X 17/04/2017 Chapter 10 & Chapter 12 Seminar
XI 17/04/2017 Chapter 13 Seminar
XII 08/05/2017 Mini Research: Presentation Presentation
XIII 08/05/2017 Mini Research: Presentation Presentation
XIV 15/05/2017 Chapter 14 & Wrap Up Seminar
Final Exam, 29/05/2017

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Mini-Research (essay)
Find a real case describing any leadership
communication problems in a company
(related with the course content , and offer
a knowledge-based solution.
The case has to be supported by empirical
evidence (either objective or subjective
parameters).
Write the case and the solution in the short
essay format (Bahasa Indonesia or English),
not exceeding 3,000 words.
Email the essay to
galanglufityanto@ugm.ac.id, indicating your
full name and the course in the email
subject.
The deadline of submission is 16 April 2017
at 11.59
Master pm. Penalty
of Management, 5%
Faculty of per day
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Mini-Research (presentation)
Using the same topic as written in the
mini-research essay, you will present it to
the audience.
Printed-out version of presentation slide
should be ready for lecturer.
PPT slide should be ready in hand, saved
in individual USB stick.
Time allocated for individual presentation
is: 7+3 minutes.
The order of presentation will be randomly
determined and informed on the spot.
Any excuse for postponing the
presentation, other than absenteeism, will
be sanctioned.
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Teaching Staff Profile
Galang Lufityanto, M.Psi., Ph.D. is
a psychologist, cognitive-
neuroscientist, national-award writer,
and world-class researcher. He has got
his Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience
from School of Psychology, The
University of New South Wales (ranked
16th in the world). One of his academic
works has been considered as the first
one that provides a scientific evidence
of Intuition in Decision Making. Besides
being published at the top journal of
psychology (i.e. Psychological Science)
his work has also appeared on popular
websites such as: The Sydney Morning
Herald and just recently on a Pulitzer-
Award Winning online platform: The
Huffington Post. Currently
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