Authentic Leadership in Private, Public, and Not-for-Profit Organizations

PUBPOL 298

Exploration of the attributes of leadership, why some leaders fail and other succeed; identification of the core values each student possesses which will bring success to organizations throughout their lives. Case study format, class participation is critical to success. Each student will develop a personal perspective on leadership, learn from examples of success and failure, look at the ethical challenges facing leaders today, learn the tools leaders use to support successful cultures, enhance self-awareness, and prepare to become successful leaders. Strong emphasis on writing skills, how to communicate briefly and effectively in written memos. Students will also work in teams. Instructor: Eacho

Curriculum Codes: 

SS, EI
Term: 
Spring 2019
Days: 
W, F
Time: 
11:45am - 1:00pm
Instructor: 
W. Eacho
Room: 
TBA