Collaboration & Cooperation (ILV)Back
|Semester of degree program||Semester 1|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction||English|
On successful completion of the course, students:
- Know the basics of business etiquette and can apply them
- Are able to organize themselves for the completion of team tasks
- Learn to deal with conflicts and feedback in the team
The course will cover the following topics/content:
- Intercultural Team-Building
- Conflict and Feedback
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The Yes Theory podcast by Headspace
Further reading and resources will be provided by instructors.
Authentic materials will be put together by the lecturer and made available and adapted to student needs.
Recommended reading and reference works:
Business Spotlight Magazine https://www.business-spotlight.de/
Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/
TED Talks www.ted.com
Presentation Guru https://www.presentation-guru.com/
Emmerson, P. (2009) Business Vocabulary Builder, Macmillan
Emmerson, P. (2010) Business Grammar Builder - Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate, Macmillan
Bailey, S. (2010). Academic Writing for International Students of Business
Murphy, R. (2012) English Grammar in Use with Answers: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students of English, (4/e), CUP
Hughes, J. (2008). Success with BEC: The new Business English Certificates course. Vantage [B2], Student's book (1. publ. ed.).
Moderated group work, lecture, discussion, individual exercises
Cumulative module examination
The module grade is calculated weighted by the ECTS credits of the individual courses (ILV - integrated lecture) of the module and results as follows:
ILV "Collaboration & Cooperation" - 2 ECTS
Assessment type: Continuous assessment
Assessment method/s: Portfolio, comprising a presentation and 3 written reflection papers or related exercises relative to modules components (courses) based on content covered and active participation. These will be awarded a participation grade if completed successfully.