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Mining Technology (MNG T)

MNG T 214 Mining Management I (3) Leadership skill development for supervisors, managing change, tools to plan, organize, control, communicate and monitor effectively.

MNG T 214 Mining Management I (3)

"Mine Management I" will provide students with the introductory skills for individual, group and one-on-one leadership skills to keep up with evolving management roles and responsibilities. This course will explore how supervisors can maintain technical expertise while demonstrating effective leadership. This process includes the tools supervisors use to plan, organize, control communicate and monitor effectively. This course serves as a prerequisite to MNG T 215. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
a. Succeed in a rapidly changing environment
b. Plan, organize, communicate and monitor
c. Apply the most appropriate supervisory style to individuals and situations
d. Apply appropriate motivational techniques
e. Use delegation for effective employee performance and development, time management and motivation
f. Create an action plan
g. Develop interpersonal skills that help communicate, listen, and handle conflicts
h. Analyze their own behavior style and recognize strengths and weaknesses
i. Given a labor situation, describe a plan of action toward resolution
j. Identify the characteristics of A & B personalities and explain how they might be managed differently
k. Explain a given organizational chart and the focus and function at different management levels
l. Given an emergency situation at a mining operation, recommend a hypothetical course of action to avoid loss of life and personal injury, and minimize impact on production capability and reserves

General Education: None
Diversity: None
Bachelor of Arts: None
Effective: Spring 2006

Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.


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