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Identifying Resources for Leading Change

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Identifying Resources for Leading Change

This topic pushes students to employ creativity to identify resources available to them in order to lead change. Resources can include personal time and money, and the time, money, skills, and support of others. An important factor covered in this topic is how people, as resources, differ in their time available, dedication, expertise, and influence.

Topic Learning Outcome: Students will be knowledgeable about the different types of resources from which leaders can draw in their efforts to lead change and will be able to analyze and critique strategies developed by others to drive change and will be able to develop strategies of their own.

Core Concepts associated with this Topic: Orienting (Operational Skill);

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 Sample Assessment Questions:

1.) What are some of the key types of resources from which leaders can draw in their efforts to drive change?

2.) People are resources, but they are very different one from the next. What are some of the differences that exist between individuals that differentiate them in terms of their ability to contribute to policy reform and/or organizational change?

Page created by Sean Goertzen and Ben Eisen on 21 May 2015.

 


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