Gregory Northcraft

 

 


 

Professor of Business Administration and Harry J. Gray Professor of Executive Leadership.

Educational Background:

Ph.D., Social Psychology, Stanford University, 1981

M.A., Social Psychology, Stanford University, 1981

B.A., Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, 1977

A.B., Summa Cum Laude, Psychology, Russian Language & Literature, Dartmouth College, 1975

Positions Held:

Associate Dean of Faculty, University of Illinois, 2009

Harry J. Gray Professor of Executive Leadership, University of Illinois, 2001-2009

Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 1996-2009

Director of the Office of Research, University of Illinois, 2008

Interim Associate Dean of Faculty, University of Illinois, 2008-2009

Professor of Management and Public Policy, University of Arizona, 1991-1995

Visiting Professor, Northwestern University, 1991-1992

Associate Professor of Management and Public Policy, University of Arizona, 1987-1991

Visiting Associate Professor of Business Administration, Dartmouth College, 1988

Assistant Professor of Management and Public Policy, University of Arizona, 1981-1987

F.D.A., Office of Consumer Studies, 1979

Office of Education, Office of the Commissioner, 1977

U.S.I.A., Foreign Information Service, 1973

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This course covers the following topics: negotiation, feedback and coaching, conflict management, and leading change. The objectives are to learn how to use leadership skills to work more effectively with others, how to use leadership skills to organize others to work more effectively together, and to apply the foundations of effective leadership skills to everyday situations faced by leaders.

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In this course you will learn about the “head and heart” of everyday leadership, individual decision making, group decision making, and managing motivation. The objectives are to understand why and how leadership skills are so critical to organizational success, and learn the foundations of effective leadership skills.

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