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SyllabusEngineering LeadershipEGS 6039Section (Class No.): GEN1 (13781); HYBR (27815)Class Periods: Mondays, Periods 2-4, 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.Location: OnlineSection (Class No.): GEN2 (13804); HYBR (27815)Class Periods: Mondays, Periods 7-9, 1:55 – 4:55 p.m.Location: OnlineAcademic Term: Fall 20201. Instructor:Bill McElroy, P.E., Associate Director, Gene Fraser Teaching Professorship recipientEngineering Leadership Institute, University of Florida (UF) Herbert Wertheim Collegeof Engineering (HWCOE)a. E-mail address: mcelrowj@eng.ufl.edub. Office telephone: 352-294-7383c. Office location: Wertheim Engineering Building Room 474d. Office hours: By appointment. Generally flexible on Tuesdays, Thursdays andFridays.e. Web site: e-Learning @ UFf. Blake Studer – Grader – blakestuder@ufl.edug. Course communications: The preferred first step is to email the instructor, usingthe Canvas course management email tool, for general questions about aspectsof the course.2. Course Description: Engineering Leadership introduces engineering students to theconcepts, theory and practice of engineering leadership; effective written and oralcommunications and presentations; engineering leadership characteristics, individualdifferences and self-awareness; developing and building teams; managing change,conflicts, and crises; and understanding real-world ethics and core values. 3 credithours.3. Credit Hours: 3Graduate students will not receive graduate credit for taking the undergraduate versionof the class. They may enroll in the undergraduate section, but the credits will then notcount toward the degree.4. Course Pre-Requisites/Co-Requisites: none5. Course Objectives: The main goals for the course are summarized below. Studentscompleting the course will be able to: enter engineer-leader roles in their professional careers, whether in the private,academic, public, or non-profit sectors

Page 2 identify, interpret and apply the foundations of leadership to their individualleadership framework, with linkages to vision, high ethical standards andprofessionalism develop their effective communications and presentation skills apply concepts to better manage collaborative team dynamics, drive change,and manage conflictsCourse completion is one of the prerequisites to obtain the Engineering LeadershipCertificate offered by the HWCOE and issued by the UF graduate um/certificates/6. Material and Supply Fees: Students are required to obtain the PitchVantagepresentation training software. The instructor will be provide instructions in this regardat the outset of class. The price for the software license will be 35. Graduate studentswill be required to purchase a case study online simulation package ChangeManagement Simulation: Power and Influence V2, by Judge and Hill (7/25/18), availablethrough Harvard Business School Publishing. The costs will be on the order of 15 perstudent. The instructor will provide more information about obtaining the package at anappropriate time during the semester. This will form the basis of a special graduatestudent assignment for the course towards the latter part of the semester.7. Professional Component (ABET): Not applicable as course is not specific to a majorunder ABET purview.8. Relation to Program Outcomes (ABET): Not applicable as course is not specific to amajor under ABET purview.9. Required Textbooks and Software: Please note that this course is participating inthe UF All Access program. Login ASK INCLUDED and Opt-In togain access to your required course materials. UF All Access will provide you withyour required materials digitally at a reduced price and the charges will post directlyto your student account, allowing any available Financial Aid funds to cover the costof your materials. This option will be available starting 1 week prior to the first day ofclasses and ending 3 weeks after the first day of class. For ISBN: UFALLACCESSAlternatively, the text can be obtained through Leadership%3A The Five Fundamentals of Becoming an Exemplary Leader -p-9781119144281: Title: Learning LeadershipAuthors: J.M. Kouzes and B.Z. PosnerPublication Date and Edition: 2016ISBN numbers:978-1-119-14428-1 (hardcover)978-1-119-14429-8 (ePDF)978-1-119-14430-4 (ePub)Engineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

Page 3In addition, there will be additional assigned readings and information related to eachmodule. Reading materials are articles that are either available for free to UF studentselectronically through the University e-library system, or postings on the Canvas coursewebsite. The instructor will outline the additional assigned materials during the firstclass session.10. Recommended Materials: Individual modules will also have additional recommendedreading assignments and materials. These will also either be free articles availableelectronically through the University e-library system, or postings on the Canvas coursewebsite. The instructor will outline the additional materials during the first classsession.The instructor highly recommends that students also obtain and read the small booktitled Lincoln on Leadership (Donald T. Phillips, 1992, ISBN number: 0-446-394459-9).This book is a quick, interesting and insightful look into the leadership attributes andbehaviors of former President Abraham Lincoln that align well with effective leadershipin modern day organizations.11. Course Schedule: The content of this 3 credit-hour course will be delivered weeklyusing a modified online approach. This will involve students working in anasynchronous and synchronous manner to complete specific actions through the Canvascourse management system. Instructions are provided on the Canvas course site toassist students in meeting weekly course requirements through the semester.Students registered for on-campus sections are expected to attend and participatein weekly virtual class sessions. These weekly sessions will be held during the timeperiods when the class is scheduled, and the timing of the virtual sessions will beannounced by the instructor each week. These sessions may involve delivery ofsupporting content by the instructor, readiness assurance mini-quizzes, guestpresenters, student-led discussions about the assigned case studies, videos, studentpresentations (at designated times), and other class activities (at designated times).Our class sessions may be audio visually recorded for students in the class to refer backand for enrolled students who are unable to attend live. Students who participate withtheir camera engaged or utilize a profile image are agreeing to have their video or imagerecorded. If you are unwilling to consent to have your profile or video image recorded,be sure to keep your camera off and do not use a profile image. Likewise, students whoun-mute during class and participate orally are agreeing to have their voicesrecorded. If you are not willing to consent to have your voice recorded during class, youwill need to keep your mute button activated and communicate exclusively using the"chat" feature, which allows students to type questions and comments live. The chat willnot be recorded or shared. As in all courses, unauthorized recording and unauthorizedsharing of recorded materials is prohibited.Per UF guidelines, the course equates to 2.5 hours of equivalent weekly “contactperiods” (50 minutes per period). The UF definition assumes that students may spend aminimum of 6 additional hours (2 hours per credit hour) outside of the weeklyequivalent contact time in completing the course requirements.Engineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

Page 4The outline of main topics expected to be covered in each module, student learningobjectives for each module, and key activities corresponding to each module aresummarized below. The actual availability and due dates for assignments, activities, andquizzes are set in the Canvas course management system (see Syllabus page of Canvascourse site):Engineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

Page 5UnitsWeeks(Dates) 11(Aug 30-Sep 5)Classes beginAug 312(Sep 6-12)nosynchronousclass sessionthis week –holiday Mon 9.71Foundationsof LeadershipExpectedCoverage andDiscussionTopicscourse overviewand initialleadershipconceptsleadershipconcepts andframeworksStudent LearningObjectivesfor Unit Identify and describe thecourse content andobjectives Describe and appraise thecomponents ofengineering leadership Interpret and comparekey common elements ofeffective leadership Appraise and critiquecommon leadershipconcepts and frameworksKeyActivities 2Submittals: noneComplete syllabus quizObtain textOther:- review ILDP framework- self-assessmentsSubmittals:- weekly class activityInitiate weekly Assignment 1(A1) reading insightsComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Other:- complete PitchVantage (PV)Assignment 1- begin initial ILDP submittal- initiate ongoing weeklyAssignment 1- initiate Assignment 2(individual)3(Sep 13-19)leadershiptheories Identify and comparecommon leadershiptheories that haveevolved over time Compare and assesscommon leadershiptheory applicationsSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- PV Assignment 1- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Other:- continue preparation ofinitial ILDP4(Sep 20-26)more leadershipconceptsEngineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020 Compare and assess keydifferences betweenmanagement andleadership inorganizations Identify and compare keycomponents of leadershipand power Define and evaluatecommon aspects ofethical leadership andSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- Assignment 2- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)

Page 6ethical organizationalculturesreadingsPrepare for Quiz 15(Sep 27-Oct 3)persuasion andinfluence Compare and assess theroles of and keydifferences betweenpersuasion and influencein leadership Evaluate and compare thekey principles ofpersuasionOther:- complete PV Assignment 2- initiate Assignment 3 (team)- complete initial ILDPSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- initial ILDP- PV Assignment 2- weekly class activityComplete Quiz 1Attend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)6(Oct Development Understand and analyzeconcepts and principlesused to developpersuasive writtendocuments andpresentations Apply and createpersuasive writtendocuments andpresentationsOther:- continue Assignment 3(team)Submittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- Assignment 3- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityPrepare for Quiz 2Complete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)7(Oct ineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020 Understand and interpretindividual tendencies inconflict situations Compare and apply keyconcepts about conflictmanagement approachesto improve individual andteam communicationsand interactions Summarize the concept ofcredibility and identify itsfoundations Summarize and apply theconcept of the standard ofcare in engineeringOther:- complete PV Assignment 3- initiate Assignment 4 (team)Submittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- PV Assignment 3- weekly class activityComplete Quiz 2Attend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Other:- continue Assignment 4

Page 78(Oct 18-24)9(Oct 25-31)emotionalintelligence,personality, andcommunicationsmotivationaltheories andapplications Understand and assessthe concept and role ofemotional intelligence(EQ) in modern-dayleadership Identify and evaluate keyattributes of EQ forindividual growth anddevelopment Understand and interpretindividual preferencesthrough evaluation ofpersonality traits Compare and apply keyprinciples aboutpersonality traits formore effectivecommunications Compare and assess thefundamental aspects ofkey motivationalconcepts and theoriesSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Other:- complete PV Assignment 4- continue Assignment 4- initiate Assignment 5 (team)Submittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- PV Assignment 4- Assignment 4- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Prepare for Quiz 3Other- none103Leadershipand 21stCenturyOrganizations(Nov 1-7)teams, teamdynamics andteamdevelopmentEngineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020 Compare and describethe terms commitmentand engagement, andassess factors that impactthem in teams andorganizations Identify key overarchingfactors impacting teamdevelopment andeffectiveness Describe and interpretthe common dynamics inteams and assess keyfactors in development ofhigh-performance teams Compare and describekey generationaldifferences that canimpact team dynamics,and practices to manageand lead differentgenerations in the workforce Evaluate and apply bestpractices to hold difficultconversations withindividualsSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- Assignment 5 (team)- weekly class activityComplete Quiz 3Attend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Other:- none

Page 811(Nov 8-14)leading andmanagingchange Evaluate and apply bestpractices with respect toleading and managingchange in projects andorganizationsSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Other:- grad students initiatepreparation of Special GradAssignment 612(Nov 15-21)corporateculture; someleadershiprealities inmodern dayorganizations Identify and assess keyelements and factors thatform strong cultures inmodern-dayorganizations Evaluate and apply bestpractices when leadingwithout authority and/orleading virtual teamsSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Prepare for Quiz 413(Nov 22-28)leadership andcreativity;diversity andinclusion Identify and assess keyelements and factors thatimprove creativeleadership and ethicalinnovations Evaluate and apply bestpractices with respect todiversity and inclusion ingroups and organizationsOther:- initiate preparation of finalILDP- continue completion ofSpecial Grad Assignment 6Submittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- Special Grad Assignment 6- weekly class activityComplete Quiz 4Attend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)14(Nov 29-Dec 5)safety inengineering;sustainability inengineering Examine the leadershipmindset involved withintegrating safety andsustainability intoorganizational culturesOther:- noneSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- final ILDP- weekly class activityAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityEngineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

Page 9Complete other weeklyreadings (see instructions)Prepare for Quiz 515(Dec 6-9)professionalcredibility;professionalismcourse summaryand close-out Assess leadershipdifferences andconsiderations indifferent cultures Identify and assess keyaspects of professionalcredibilityOther:- noneSubmittals:- weekly A1 reading insights- weekly class activity- course evaluationAttend synchronous classsession and complete weeklyclass activityComplete Quiz 5Other:- noneNOTES:1 Dates reflect Sunday-Saturday week for scheduling purposes2 Specific Canvas assignments will be made that will govern actual dates of availability and submittals. Other classactivities may be involved; refer to follow Canvas course site.12. Policies and Class Expectations:GeneralThe learning environment for Engineering Leadership is intended to be professional,courteous and respectful. The course is designed around what are believed to be currentand relevant topics and best practices to help create and/or develop Gator Engineerswho are prepared to accept roles, and/or advance, as an engineer-leader in their career.The instructor is fully invested in this course instructional effort. The instructor is morethan willing to provide students with the corresponding subject matter expertise,professional experience, and judgment to accomplish course objectives and maximizestudent learning outcomes. The instructor is also open to suggestions and constructivecriticisms to continually improve the online course. Students are expected to fullyengage in completion of the course materials in a sequential and timely manner, inaccordance with the schedule for the class.To promote a more complete understanding and application of this course content,students will be required to complete an Individual Leadership Development Plan(ILDP). The ILDP is intended to assist students in understanding and applying keycompetencies that are related to the course content and based on their individualstrengths, and needed for effectiveness in their careers as engineering leaders. The ILDPis a requirement and a key deliverable for completion of the course. More about theILDP can be found in the ILDP Framework document available on the Canvas coursewebsite.Students will earn points at each class session, as part of the participation scorecomponent for the course. Students are expected to come to class sessions prepared toactively participate in class discussions and activities. Students should expect to be ableEngineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

P a g e 10to answer general questions about the assigned materials as part of each weekly classsession. A syllabus quiz will be part of the preparation and participation points for thefirst week of class. For weeks when classes cannot be held, participation points will beobtained by completing specific assignments regarding the content for that week.Students are expected to arrive to class sessions on time and to remain in sessionsthrough completion. Excused absences must be consistent with university policies in thecatalog UF Attendance Policies). Preparation/participation points lost due to unexcusedabsences cannot be made up.Turning in information that may be requested by the instructor, signing an attendancesheet, or otherwise assisting a non-attending student in obtaining weekly class pointsmay be considered for honor code violation.The course instructor has no ability to address or resolve technology issues related tothe Canvas course management system. If a student believes that an issue of this naturewas responsible for an event, such as a late individual or team submittal or somemalfunction during a quiz, then it is that student’s responsibility to discuss the issuewith the UF HELP Desk (352-392-4357), obtain documentation from them about theissue, and follow-up with the instructor upon the supported conclusion that a Canvasissue was in fact involved with the event. The instructor will make time extensions forstudents having these or other legitimate reasons (for example, a documented healthissue) for a late submittal, quiz accessibility issues, etc.Other Specific Policies and Expectations:Teams: Many of the main assignments are team-based. Students are allowed to formtheir own team across sections (consisting of 4 students per team, with possibly a fewteams having 3 members, depending on total course enrollment) and self-assignthemselves to one of the teams designated by the instructor in the Canvas course site.This must occur within the first few weeks of the course (as prescribed by theinstructor). Once this prescribed period ends, the instructor will use the Canvas systemto randomly assign the remaining students (who opted to NOT self-assign) into teams.Once set, the team structure will be final for the duration of the course.Note that Canvas recognizes only the teams created by the instructor for team-basedassignment grading purposes, so students must be assigned to one of the designatedteams. Students may also form a student or project group in Canvas if they choose;however, this is incidental to and not a substitute for being assigned to one of thedesignated teams.Engineering is a team-based “sport” in most organizations. As such, it’s important tolearn to work effectively in student teams, including working through differences andissues that will likely occur, in order to create a quality submittal within a scheduleddelivery date. To this end, the expectations for the assignment teams in this course aresummarized below: A different team member must take on the role of task manager (TM) on each teambased assignment. So, the role will shift to a different team member for eachassignment. Note that in some cases (e.g., when teams consist of 3 members), a teammember will have to serve in the TM role more than once during the semester.Engineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

P a g e 11 The TM has the primary responsibility to coordinate with the other team membersin terms of their specific contributions to the assignment, and the schedule todevelop and complete the assignment. The TM also has the responsibilities for: thecompleteness and quality of the submittal (which may be delegated to another teammember); resolving conflicts with participation levels of other team member(s);ensuring completion of a team assessment (see below); and for making the finalassignment Canvas submittal. Participating team members must be listed in the header file of the assignmentdocument. (The TM for the assignment should also be identified in the headerentry.) Everyone listed will receive the same grade for the assignment, subject to theteam assessment described below; those not listed will receive a grade of “0” for theassignment. It is up TO THE TEAM to assess and decide if an individual’scontributions and activity levels were sufficient to be considered as a participatingteam member as discussed more fully below. Team AssessmentsTeam members are expected to actively and fully participate in the development ofeach assignment. There is ONE submittal per team made by the TM for eachassignment, which is graded, and the grade applies to all team members, subject tothe following team assessment process:It would be unfair to team members, and unacceptable to the instructor, for anindividual to not meet their team obligations and yet receive the same grade as theother teammates on an assignment. If an individual has valid extenuatingcircumstances impacting their participation, they have the obligation tocommunicate this to their team members in a timely manner. Note thatcommunicating issues of this nature at the “last minute” is unacceptable except inspecific and documentable instances. Such documentation will be required, in casethe instructor needs to get involved.To this end, in order to receive an assignment grade, the team is required tocomplete a team performance assessment matrix. The assignment template (Canvas“Files” function Assignment Resources folder) contains such a matrix, and it iseach TM’s responsibility to make sure that all members complete their portion ofthe matrix. Every member of the team must complete the assessment in order tohave their names listed in the assignment header as a participating member. Thismeans filling out the line of the matrix that has his/her name in the first column (in“matrix language”, EIJ is member I’s evaluation of member J), according to thefollowing qualitative rating system:o100 – Team member participated in all respects during development of theassignment; and all contributions were made in a timely mannero90 – Team member participated in most respects during development of theassignment; and all contributions were made in a timely mannero80 – Team member participated to some degree during development of theassignment; or some contributions were not made in a timely mannerEngineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

P a g e 12o70 – Team member participated only to a limited degree duringdevelopment of the assignment; or some or all contributions were not madein a timely mannero0 – Team member did not participateThe TM must also calculate and record the average rating for each individual in thedesignated space in the matrix, and ensure that the team convenes to agree with thecontent in the assignment, including the content of the assessment matrix, prior tosubmittal.Each team member will have their average percentage assessment score applied tothe team grade on each assignment. For example, if a team member receives anaverage assessment score of 80% on an assignment, and the team grade on thatassignment is 90, then that team member’s grade on the assignment will berecorded as 72 (90 x 0.80).Quizzes: Quizzes will be an open-book, open-note format and UF Honor Codeprovisions apply. Quizzes will use the Honorlock electronic proctoring system. (Refer torelated announcements from the instructor in this regard.) Students will complete thequizzes electronically through the Canvas course website within prescribed periods inthe course schedule that the quiz is available. Students are encouraged to stay on top ofthe Canvas course calendar, which contains all quiz dates and times. The instructor mayalso issue reminders about quiz dates.No make-up quizzes will be available, subject to UF attendance policies. See UFattendance policy in the UF catalog.Assignments: There will be up to seven larger Canvas assignments throughout thesemester, of which one is the individual Weekly Reading Insights (more informationbelow). Most of the assignments are team-based. Each assignment includes instructionsfor preparation, including the release and due dates. Microsoft (MS) Word templates areprovided for student reuse in preparing these submittals (except for the weekly readinginsights submittals where text-box entry format is acceptable). Students should expect aminimum 10% grade penalty for failure to follow all instructions indicated on thetemplates and the specific assignments (as applicable). Quality expectations for allwritten assignments exist; refer to the Expectations for Quality of Work section belowfor more information.As previously explained, participating team members must be listed in the header file ofthe assignment document. (The TM for the assignment should also be identified in theheader entry.) Everyone listed will receive the same team grade for the assignment;individual assignment grades will be subject to the team assessment process previouslydescribed. Those not listed will receive a grade of “0” for the assignment. No lateassignments will be accepted, subject to UF attendance policy.Requests (to the instructor or graders who may assist the instructor) for acceptance oflate submittals (due to travel schedules, power outages, similar due dates for multipleclass assignments, technology malfunctions, or similar issues) will not be considered. Ifa student responsible for making a team submittal believes that a Canvas related issuewas the cause of the late submission, then it is that student’s responsibility to discussthe issue with the UF HELP Desk and follow-up with the instructor upon their resolutionthat a Canvas issue was in fact involved. The instructor will make time extensions forEngineering Leadership, EGS 6039Bill McElroy, Fall 2020

P a g e 13students having other legitimate reasons (for example, a documented health issue) for alate submittal.The course assignments can be turned in at any point during the open period and earlysubmittals are encouraged, as feasible. Ample time is provided to complete theseassignments and the choice of submittal time is up to the teams. Weekly Reading Insights (individual): Each week, all students are required tosubmit their Weekly Reading Insights, with reflections on a leadership-relatedarticle posted by the instructor. Student responses to the standard assignmentquestions will be entered in the text box of each weekly assignment. These weeklyassignments (on-going Assignment 1) will cumulatively count as one mainassignment grade, with the final grade for this assignment corresponding to theratio of the number of assignments actually submitted to the number of weeklyassignments required. PitchVantage Assignments (individual)There will be up to 5 individual assignments associated with use of the PitchVantagepresentation training software. The software system helps students practice andimprove their verbal presentation skills and provides instant feedback to helpstudents improve. Presentations are made in front of a simulated audience thatreacts based on how well you present. After each practice session, PitchVantagescores the presentation delivery and provides tips. PitchVantage also has 30 videotutorials covering every presentation skill that students can review any time.The Canvas PitchVantage assignments build on each other, with the primaryobjective being to improve student contributions to their team presentationassignment. These assignments will be evaluated on a complete/incomplete basis,and students will need to meet target objectives for each assignment in order to beconsidered complete. All other assignments:owill be evaluated against rubrics that will be available and each assignmentpage in Canvasomust be prepared using the MS Word assignment templates provided; theseassignments must be submitted in pdf formatoteam assignment submittals must include the completed team assessmentmat

persuasion and influence Compare and assess the roles of and key differences between persuasion and influence in leadership Evaluate and compare the key principles of persuasion Submittals: - weekly A1 reading insights - initial ILDP - PV Assignment 2 - weekly class activity Complete Quiz 1 Attend synchronous class

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