Leadership can come from any person in a group or team. This subject introduces the learner to the theory and application of communication, group work and leadership within the context of recreation and recreation management. You will be expected to utilise this theory to explore and analyse your own and others' leadership and group skills. You are encouraged to develop your own philosophy and approach to leadership through reflective processes and practices. It provides foundation knowledge which will be developed in further recreation and planning studies. The subject has no residential school for distance students. On completion student will have the ability to effectively lead a group in a range of supervisory or outdoor recreation contexts.
School of Environmental Sciences
1. Leadership and facilitation
2. Group dynamics
4. Conflict resolution
5. Diversity in groups and society
6. Legal aspects of leadership
7. Philosophy of leadership
8. Organisational leadership
9. Impact of outdoor recreation
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The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: May 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.