Focusing on leadership as a relational and ethical process of working with others to create positive change, this course is centered on the intersection of leadership theory and human-centered problem solving processes. In this context, leaders (all participants in the class) identify authentic challenges or concerns in our community; study and apply relational and learning centered leadership concepts to develop positive, substantive, innovative, and sustainable change; and reflect critically on their role in this interdependent process. Students in this class will: Identify passions and purpose for your leadership, authentically and objectively identify problems or opportunities for improvement, create an audacious vision for change, develop exciting opportunities to accomplish the change you desire, build a strong mentoring network, engage in habits of reflection and renewal, practices that support leadership throughout your life; and earn a Leadership ELR through the implementation of a common good initiative.


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