|This course is a multidisciplinary study of leadership in organizations. Inclusive leaders effectively lead diverse teams by creating an environment where all members of the team feel respected for who they are, and know their lived experiences and contributions are valued. Cadets gain a pragmatic understanding of the behavioral, organizational, and sociological sciences, and apply that knowledge to become better leaders, develop better leaders, and make their organizations more effective. The course surveys a carefully selected set of the most relevant and useful ideas, concepts, theories, and knowledge from these sciences. A representative list of topics explored includes: leader and leadership development, character and its development, cross-cultural competence, perceptions and biases, decision making, motivation, power and influence, multiple leadership theories, team dynamics, cohesion and group development, conflict management, organizational justice, organizational culture, organizational change, socialization, and leadership in extremis. In addition to applying knowledge of these topics, cadets develop a leadership portfolio which helps refine and inform their personal approach to leading. This course covers the same content as PL300, but explores each topic through a more focused discussion on and awareness of leading diverse teams via an application of case studies involving race, class, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and religion. The course is specifically designed to support the Diversity and Inclusion Studies Minor. THIS COURSE IS A PILOT COURSE WHICH MAY SEEK ULTIMATE ACADEMY APPROVAL IN AY19.