Checking date: 04/05/2018


Course: 2019/2020

(17440)
Study: Bachelor in Management of Public Security (341)


Coordinating teacher: DEL MORAL TORRES, ANSELMO

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Mechanical Engineering

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Students are expected to have completed
Being a subject of 4th course of the Security Engineering Degree with 6 ECTS and a subject of great interest for professional duties, it is recommended to have overcome the greatest number of subjects in previous courses
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
The skills that the student is expected to acquire are the following: - To develop leadership skills that allow the future officer the command of human teams in professional situations. - To be aware of what your role as a Corps commander means, reducing the uncertainty in facing the responsibilities he/she has to take. - To know the techniques and procedures to materialize their functions as managers of an organization oriented towards police work. - To know a series of procedures for analysis, rationalization and decision-making procedures based on scientific methods, reducing the margin of improvisation and the risks involved. For this, it is necessary to achieve the learning results summarized below: - To know the theoretical and epistemological bases on which the exercise of leadership is based. - To know and understand the main factors of aptitude and attitude that influence the behaviour of the individual as commander. - To understand the bases of the functioning of group dynamics that facilitate the participation, management and leadership of work teams. - To train to choose the most effective management style adapted to the situational context, including multicultural aspects.
Description of contents: programme
. Part I. Organic Theory and Strategic Management. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC THEORY. HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE CONCEPT OF ORGANIZATION CHAPTER II: THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS. THE COMMAND IN THE CIVIL GUARD AS DIRECTOR CHAPTER III: THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTION CHAPTER IV: THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTION ORGANIZATION CHAPTER V: THE PLANNING FUNCTION CHAPTER VI: THE FUNCTION CHAPTER VII: THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTION CONTROL CHAPTER VIII: THE DIRECTORATE FUNCTION MOTIVATION AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT CHAPTER IX: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT CHAPTER X: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE CIVIL GUARDY Part II. Business Management skills. CHAPTER I: LEADERSHIP IN THE COMPANY CHAPTER II: COACHING AND MENTORING CHAPTER III: WORKING GROUPS AND EQUIPMENT CHAPTER IV: MOTIVATION AT WORK Part III Management skills in the Guardia Civil. CHAPTER I: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE CHAPTER II: HH SS AND COMMUNICATION CHAPTER III: DEFINING OBJECTIVES CHAPTER IV: LEADERSHIP CHAPTER V: MOTIVATION CHAPTER VI: CONFLICT AND NEGOTIATION CHAPTER VII: TEAMWORK CHAPTER VIII: STRESS MANAGEMENT Part IV. ComunicaciĆ³n cycle.
Learning activities and methodology
The methodology will be fundamentally theoretical and practical. Based on formative activities developed in the classroom through presentations and seeking interaction with the student at all times, as well as improving their oral and written communication skills, through role-play activities and other advanced learning methods as "action learning"
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 50
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 50
Basic Bibliography
  • DEL MORAL TORRES, Anselmo, LÓPEZ SILVELO Manuel, LÓPEZ GÓMEZ, Josefa Elisa, SOTO RODRÍGUEZ José. . Manual de Dirección y Liderazgo Leadership and Leadership Manual. Editorial CUGC. 2017
  • ROBBINS, S.P. Y COULTER, M.. Management. Pearson Educación. 2015
Additional Bibliography
  • GARCÍA-RINCÓN DE CASTRO, C.. Good management, Leadership at the service of the people and society. editorial. 2017
  • LÓPEZ SILVELO, M.. The application of the Balanced Scorecard Methodology to the Civil Guard. Research work of the Official Master's Degree in Public Senior Management. 2013
  • MAXWELL, J.. The 360º leader: How to develop your influence from any position within your organization. Editorial RBA . 2007
  • MÜNCH GALINDO, L.. Leadership and direction: the leadership of the XXI century . Mad, S.L. . 2007

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