PubPol 586

PubPol 582: Leading Organizations

Level
Graduate
Term
Winter 2022
Days
Tuesday, Thursday
Time
2:30-3:50 pm EST
Course Location
1110 Weill Hall
Course Section
001
Credit Hours
3
Class Size
35

This course will introduce you to the fundamental leadership concepts and skills you need to successfully navigate and shape dynamic policy environments. You will have opportunities to develop a deeper understanding of yourself and build your ability to effectively lead teams. You will learn how to set a tone, a focus, and a direction for an organization, its members, and other stakeholders. You will practice leadership behaviors that will help you better connect across differences and enact change in complex, multi-layered contexts. Designed to provide you with opportunities for reflection, study, debate, and practice, this course will enhance your ability to make a positive and meaningful difference.

**This course satisfies the MPP requirement of PubPol 586 & 587.**