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This 5-day residency course is an exercise in practical, professional management decision making and is intended to focus the learner on the challenges faced by managers who must balance the needs of customers, shareholders, employees, and other stakeholders. The course requires the learner to synthesize and integrate theory and practice and to apply them toward the development of recommended solutions for specific managerial situations found within the organization's environment. This course will incorporate learners from various doctoral programs/disciplines.

This graduate-level course is 1 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1

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    • Prior to attending class, each learner will prepare a concise Personal Leadership Statement of their approach, qualities, and practices as a leader. These statements will be presented to the class and used as a baseline for leadership assessment and development throughout the course. Furthermore, these statements serve as the initial input for the cycles of feedback that will occur throughout the course, creating a context from which learners can expand and/or redefine. Learners are strongly encouraged to review previous coursework pertaining to leadership as they develop this statement, as doing so might reveal aspects of leadership and patterns of decision making. This review will center on learning about the context and processes of leadership and leaders' collaborative decision-making processes, not specific content knowledge.

    Day One

    • Demonstrate the continual developmental challenge of integrating scholarship, practice and leadership in all aspects of collaborating and learning how to learn with multidisciplinary colleagues.
    • Demonstrate collective competence and collective intelligence in order to respond to complex, adaptive challenges.

    • Demonstrate a critically reflexive approach to becoming a life-long scholar, practitioner, and a leader by critically examining one's own operating models, one's own normative assumptions, and one's own situatedness as a function of previous coursework.

    • Demonstrate epistemic agility by employing ontological humility.

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