Leadership and Effectiveness in Public Administration

Major: Public Administration
Code of subject: 8.281.00.M.025
Credits: 3.00
Department: Administrative and Financial Management
Lecturer: Karkovska V. Y.
Semester: 4 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: As a result of studying the discipline, the graduate student must be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes: ? obtaining knowledge for the organization of communication interaction and conflict resolution in the process of formation and implementation of administrative services, using modern information, communication and innovation technologies; ? ability to analyze the state of the political system in Ukraine in order to make management decisions and identify ways to solve the current political situation or problem; ? knowledge of the basics of professionally oriented disciplines of the specialty 281 "Public Administration": administrative management and management in international business; ? possession of modern technologies of public relations for the operative and optimum decision of tasks of public administration; ? knowledge to develop a proposal to improve the organizational structure and functioning of local administrations as part of a system of democratic governance based on an analysis of the institutional structures of the public sector of European countries and Ukraine; ? understanding the impact of technical advances in the social, economic, social and state context; ? apply knowledge to solve problems of synthesis and analysis in systems that are characteristic of public administration and administration; ? apply knowledge of technical characteristics, technological features of the formation and implementation of tasks of public administration and administration; ? calculate, design, research, market trends, conduct political analysis, ? work effectively both individually and as a team; ? combine theory and practice, as well as make decisions and develop a strategy for public organization; ? ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions.
Required prior and related subjects: Previous disciplines: Philosophy and methodology of science; Public sector reform. Related and following disciplines: Public administration in the EU.
Summary of the subject: Management leadership in public administration Parliamentary and party political leadership Problems and prospects of forming a modern political leader Coaching in the system of political leadership Information and communication support of political leadership Emotional intelligence is a strategic lever of leadership Results-oriented management Leadership and effective communication
Assessment methods and criteria: Current control - 40 points. Examination work - 60 points.
Recommended books: 1. Myronyuk V. Leadership as a component of the effectiveness of public administration / V. Myronyuk. - Recommended for publication by the Academic Council of the Institute of Personnel Training of the State Employment Service of Ukraine. Minutes № 5 (157) of 1 June 2020. - 437 p. 2. Taranyuk KV, Kobushko JV Leadership and team in public administration. - 2020. 3. Surai IG Features of the study of the phenomenon of leadership in public administration (methodological aspect) / IG Surai. - Scientific Bulletin: Public Administration. - 2020. - №5. - p.216 - 227. 4. Yuzkova OI Foreign experience of innovative leadership in public administration: opportunities for adaptation in Ukraine. - 2019. 5. Sadovska-Marynina, VB, Trostenyuk, Yu. V., Rybina Yu. O. Normative and legal support of leadership development in the civil service in Ukraine. Economics, Management and Administration, 2019, 3 (89): 184-190. 6. From new public management to new political governance : essays in honour of Peter C. Aucoin / ed. by H. Bakvis and M. D. Jarvis. - Montreal, QC : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2012. - ХІІІ, 412 p. 7. James Simon. Political Advisors and Civil Servants in European Countries / Simon James. -Sigma Paper N 38. - Paris, France : OECD, 2007. - Режим доступу : www.olis.oecd.org/olis/2007doc.nsf/linkto/gov-sigma(2007)2-rev1