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Complete Enterprise Leadership Notes with Textbook Notes added

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Reviews

Not a very interesting unit, lectures are not even worth going to because they are very boring and not essential to get high marks. A big focus on self improvement with public speaking and also working with a team. My advice is focus on the online quizzes as they are worth I think 30% or something like that and are relatively easy when using the e textbook while doing the quiz. As for the presentations, if you are not a confident speaker use Palm cards, though note it will lose you marks but the marks you gain will be more. I never got constructive feedback with my assessments and I was simply redirected to the learning guide when asking additional information on the marking criteria. Overall it's a kind of easy units of get at least a high credit in but I did not really learn much practical skills

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Easy subject with no final exam and few assignments. Presentations are hard and intimidating at first but you get better at it as you go along. Individual Written Assessment is marked pretty hard so get as much help with it as you can. Some of the content feels a little irrelevant but its a good unit for practising presentations, confidence and other skills. Quizzes are annoying but easy with an open textbook by your side.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016