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LEAD 3000 Foundations of Leadership (Rosemond)

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Welcome

Welcome to LEAD 3000! This course guide serves as a landing page to help you learn about library resources. 

Please feel free to reach out to your Business Liaison, Barb Mann, to talk about aspects of your research.

 

For this course, you need the textbook Strengths Based Leadership: Great Leaders, Teams, and Why People Follow by Tom Rath and Barry Conchie. Kaufman Library has three copies of this book (2 in the General Collection, 1 in Popular Nonfiction). You can check these out, but not for the entire semester. Here's our circulation policy information: 

GGC Students:

  • GGC Books:  28 days with two renewals
  • GGC Popular Fiction/Nonfiction Collection:  14 days with one renewal

Professional Expectations

Professional Expectations

With the large number of students in the class, it is important to have a classroom environment that supports learning for everyone. In addition, these guidelines are provided in an effort to enhance your professional development and begin to practice behaviors that will be expected of you as professionals in the world of work. This means that:

  • Come to class prepared and mentally engaged
  • Do not insult other people or make disparaging comments.  You can disagree with someone’s ideas or statements in a tactful and polite manner without making derogatory comments
  • Do not use profanity
  • Let me know ahead of time if you will be absent, late or need to leave early
  • Do not hold side discussions with your classmates except when working on a group assignment.  This is very distracting to everyone else in the class and may cause the class to be held longer than necessary
  • No reading or working on anything except the material in this class
  • Do NOT put your head on the desk (sleeping)
  • If you come to class late, enter quietly and take a seat near the door.  Do not walk in front of the class.
  • Utilize technology only for classroom purposes, and put cellphones on meeting mode until class is over
  • Be respectful to others in the classroom (professor and peers)
  • Do not behave in a way that is disruptive
  • Pick up after yourself
  • To protect your privacy and to maintain order in the classroom, please come and see me in private if you are upset with someone or something that has occurred in class
  • If you use your laptop during class, it is ONLY to be used for class activities for this course, such as taking notes.  You should NOT be doing any non-class activities on your laptop during class time.