BSLL 4102 - High Impact Leadership: Discover Your Leadership Potential

  • Noncredit

Upon completion, you will know the science-tested principles of leadership. You will also have an awareness of your leadership style and preferences. You will bring these principles and your personal practices together to form a Personal Leadership Analysis Plan. Through interactive discussions, small group simulations, 360-degree feedback, and one-on- one coaching, you will gain a deeper understanding of high impact leadership and apply that understanding to take your leadership to the next level. The course includes some pre-work.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Important Information

Personal Leadership assessment prework required. Link will be sent following enrollment.

Additionally, student will write a problem statement indicating a business problem they are hoping to solve by taking this class and submit it by email. If they do not have a specific problem statement, this is not required.


Troy Mumford
Troy Mumford

Dr. Troy Mumford enjoys doing research that explores leadership at different organizational levels (e.g., supervisory, managerial, and executive), in teams, and in shaping organizational culture. In addition, he investigates the types and determinants of leadership team roles as well as the connection between leadership actions and systems in driving organizational quality culture. He has published his research in multiple premier journals.

Troy is also passionate about teaching, and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Compensation and Benefits, and Management, receiving and being nominated for several teaching awards. He has also been involved in variety of independent consulting and applied research projects for organizations in the biomedical, manufacturing, financial, legal, and airline industries as well as the United States Government.

Troy V. Mumford received his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University.