Elective Block



The third block of study is elective and consists of 2 modules. Students choose one module from the “Elective Modules I” offer and another module from the “Elective Modules II” offer. Individual training seminars are largely focused on the development and deepening of managerial skills and soft skills. In addition to these issues, students have a choice of modules in law, marketing and other fields. The student will complete the selected 2 modules within 1 training day.

Elective Modules I

Emotional Intelligence and Practical Application

Syllabus

The module aims to expand knowledge in the area of managing emotions in everyday working life. High IQ is not always a prerequisite for success; EQ is often decisive. To succeed, one also needs to understand oneself, one’s emotions and be able to use them to one’s advantage. Students will learn how to motivate themselves to succeed, how to set meaningful goals and how to achieve them. They learn to manage their thinking and emotional potential, fears and barriers standing in their way. With the help of various practical exercises, they will learn to understand themselves and other people and be able to work with their own and other people’s strengths and reserves.

Communication Skills

Syllabus

This module focuses primarily on presentation skills associated with cultivated speaking and also addresses the issue of argumentation techniques, which students will learn to apply in practice in commercial negotiations. For managerial work, mastering communication skills is one of the basic conditions for job success. Students will gain knowledge about the principles, principles and techniques of assertive communication, and try to construct informative and argumentative presentations. Upon successful completion of the module, they will be able to handle negotiations with commercial partners, be able to hold conversations with employees and make presentations.

Coaching

Syllabus

The aim of the module is to introduce managerial coaching as an important component of effective work with people, aimed at developing the potential and increasing the performance of work teams and individuals. The module will introduce students to important coaching tools, techniques and procedures. They will learn how to successfully develop and motivate co-workers and clients through their own practice and experience. They will learn how to give feedback and how to achieve the professional and personal development of clients. The coaching method of leading people creates a new space for developing the performance of individuals and entire teams, which is why coaching is now a standard part of every manager’s toolkit.

Stress management

Syllabus

The module aims to expand knowledge in the area of stress management with a focus on practical application in managerial practice. At the beginning, students are introduced to the definition of stress, the stages of stress and its manifestations. Based on a coaching approach, students will understand the issue of stress prevention and further explore the topic of “extinguishing” stress and managing it when prevention does not work. Finally, students will undergo specific relaxation techniques based on practice.

Online marketing

Syllabus

Today, the Internet must be seen as an integral part of the media mix. This module aims to teach students to think in modern marketing ways, taking into account the specific and constantly evolving environment of the internet and social media. Marketing communication in this world has its own specific features, which also give rise to various new possibilities for reaching, attracting, satisfying and retaining customers. Students will also gain knowledge and skills on how to properly use the commercial, marketing and information potential of a corporate website.

Labor Law

Syllabus

The module provides students with an overview of employment relations. They will become familiar with the key concepts, institutes and principles of labor law, and gain knowledge of legal relations between employer and employee. The emphasis in this module is on the creation, change and termination of the employment relationship, the employment contract, liability for damages, wages, agreements outside the employment relationship, and terms and conditions of employment. All legal concepts are demonstrated with real examples.


Elective Modules II

Myself management

Syllabus

The module focuses on selected topics that many managers commonly encounter in practice. It offers students the opportunity to get to better know themselves and others. The module is practically oriented, combining interpretation with a coaching approach, analysis of the situation with the search for solutions. The content focuses on the roles of a manager and the conflicting expectations of a manager, change and how to convey it to others, the topic of my difficult subordinate and my managerial goals, priorities and values. Each participant, with the support of the lecturer, will create their own managerial ten commandments and their own development plan.

Managerial Decision-making

Syllabus

The aim of this module is to introduce students to the issue of decision-making in managerial practice. Students will learn the basic principles, methods, techniques and tools of decision making as well as expand their knowledge and skills in risk management and group decision-making. They will understand the role of the manager in the decision-making process and the function of decision-making as the essence of managing any organization. Students will learn to apply the acquired theoretical knowledge in practice when solving examples from the business environment.

Leadership – Managerial Abilities and Skills

Syllabus

The module focuses mainly on practical knowledge in the field of management, which is necessary for the performance of managerial functions. In practice, it can be seen that there are countless “bosses” who do not master leadership. Leaders have to set the direction, formulate visions, recognize opportunities and, last but not least, be able to enthuse and effectively motivate their colleagues. The aim of the module is therefore to become aware of the principles of leadership and to understand how to become a good leader and effectively motivate your subordinates to achieve the best possible results.

Corporate culture

Syllabus

Not defining and knowing one’s own corporate culture can result in many misunderstandings and problems in managing an organization. The aim of this module is therefore to familiarize students with the issue of corporate culture and its factors, which affect the daily operation of the organization and have a significant impact on its competitiveness. An appropriately set corporate culture influences relationships between employees, creates a suitable workplace climate and can create a positive image for clients or job applicants. Corporate culture influences corporate strategy and should also support the achievement of corporate goals.

Subsidies, Grants and Preparing Applications for EU Funding

Syllabus

This practical module provides students with an overview of subsidies and grants within the European Union. Students will learn to work with relevant information on programs for financing their own business plans and be able to prepare project applications. They will also learn to navigate European Union programs supporting the business sector and become familiar with the specifics of these programs so that they can successfully prepare project proposals.

Commercial law

Syllabus

The aim of the module is to deepen and broaden knowledge in the field of private law with an emphasis on the issue of commercial obligations. Students will gain knowledge and an overview of the formation and termination of commercial obligations, security and limitation of rights under commercial obligations and knowledge of the contract of sale and contract for work. Emphasis is also placed on changes related to the new Civil Code and the Business Corporations Act. Upon successful completion of the module, students will have an overview of commercial law aspects, which they will be able to use in their daily corporate practice. Moreover, knowledge of commercial law makes many business negotiations more efficient and easier.