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Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

Managerial Skills for Interpersonal Dynamics

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee and NPTEL via Swayam


The course discusses how self-management skills can be extremely attractive to employers. Next, it focuses on three types of work relationships every professional faces -- relationships with direct reports, peers, and bosses. Each of these relationships has rewards and challenges. The course discusses the characteristics that predict professional and personal success, as well as why some high potential individuals excel on the job while others derail. It also focuses on the student participation and the assignment work.

INTENDED AUDIENCE : B.Tech/ MBA/ Industry/ Faculty/Ph DPREREQUISITES : NilINDUSTRY SUPPORT : Its part of Human Behaviour so applicable to all Industries



Week 1 : Relational Development and Maintenance - I
Relational Development and Maintenance - II
Relational Development and Maintenance - III
Relational Development and Maintenance - IV
Fundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation – Behavior - I
Week 2 : Fundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation – Behavior - II
Forgiveness - I
Forgiveness - II
Happiness at Workplace – I
Happiness at Workplace - II
Week 3 : Trust - I
Trust - II
Employee Recognition - I
Employee Recognition – II
Psychological Ownership - I
Week 4 : Psychological Ownership - II
Managerial Effectiveness - I
Managerial Effectiveness - II
Managerial Effectiveness – III
Servant Leadership
Week 5 : Moods and Emotions I Moods and Emotions II Moods and Emotions III Optimism I Optimism II
Week 6 : Career Engagement I Career Engagement II Adaptability I Adaptability II Spiritual Intelligence I
Week 7 : Spiritual Intelligence II Spiritual Intelligence III Insult and Interpersonal Dynamics Work motivation I Work motivation II
Week 8 : Employee Involvement Humour at Workplace Preparedness and performance Maturity at Workplace Hope
Week 9 : Ego Defense Mechanism &Group Dynamics Dyadic Relationship at Workplace Emotional Negotiation-II Emotional Negotiation- II
Anger, Anxiety & Depression-I Week 10 :
Anger, Anxiety & Depression-II
Expectations Thinking Process Managerial Flexibility Reinstating Relationships Week 11 :
Buddhist approach to MSID -I Buddhist approach to MSID -II Panchatantra &Interpersonal Dynamics Emotion ,Nutrition & Brain Bhagwat Gita & Interpersonal Dynamics
Week 12 : Flexibility, Quality of Life & Work family Enrichment Flexibility & Work Enrichment Employee Loyalty –I Employee Loyalty- II Chanakya & Interpersonal Dynamics

Taught by

Prof. Santosh Rangnekar

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