EMPR 335: Leadership in Employee Motivation

Instructor: Glenda Fisk

Delivery: In-person

Term: Fall 2023

Course Description: There is increasing recognition of the critical role managers play in shaping key employee attitudes (job satisfaction, motivation, and engagement), with important effects on organizational performance. Students will explore a range of theories and practices that are demonstrated drivers of employee attitudes and organizational success.

Learning Outcomes:

To complete this course students will demonstrate their ability to:

  1. Define and describe key employee attitudes and their relationship to organizational performance;
  2. Choose evidence-based tools to assess employee attitudes;
  3. Describe the drivers of employee attitudes;
  4. Apply knowledge of these drivers to make evidence-based recommendations for enhanced employee attitudes.

Learning Hours: 120 (36 Lecture, 84 Private Study) 

Grading Scheme: 

Detailed descriptions of each assignment, including the rubrics used for evaluation, are available on the course onQ website under the assignments tab.

Prerequisites: EMPR 200 or EMPR 230

Exclusions: None