Leadership Skills In the Leadership Skills seminars you train your rhetorical skills, practise various negotiating techniques and learn intercultural and gender-sensitive leadership skills. Practically oriented and innovative educational concepts Part of the Leadership Skills component is the ability to manage social situations that have practical relevance (e.g. in the form of case studies) and learning methodological basics for independent exploration of societal contexts. In previous years, students have been particularly engaged in the Leadership Skills seminars, which we attribute to the high level of practical relevance and the innovative educational concepts of these seminars. You will typically attend two-hour courses in Leadership Skills, consisting of 8 SWH or 8 credits. The course programme at the Bachelor's Level consists of the following three categories: Training skills and social competence Here the training character is the focus. You will practise topics such as rhetoric, negotiation skills and intercultural awareness. You will programme using innovative software, experiment with artistic methods and practise journalistic working methods. Action and decisions in practical situations Here, the emphasis is on practical opportunities to exert influence and take action. In case studies, planning games and simulations, you will become familiar with and work on cases from practical situations. Practical relevance is brought to the seminars by the lecturers by presenting to you decision situations and courses of actions. Research in practice Here, focus is on method-driven practical work. You have the opportunity to gain personal experience in concrete projects and to analyse these experiences in a methodological manner. For example, you can examine the current developments in advertising, perform your own market research, experience everyday social work or immerse yourself in a small organisational development project.