Using experiential learning to build practical leadership skills that generalize across organizational settings, and ethical decision making under constraints (stress, time, financial). Leading, understanding, influencing, communicating and motivating others in organizations and teams. Topics may include vision, mission, values, leading change, managing teams, organizational culture management (recruiting, socializing, rewarding), and working with boards. Prerequisite: INT D 301. Counts toward the Certificate in Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies offered by the School of Business in collaboration with the Peter Lougheed Leadership College. [Faculty of Business].