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JSGS 866  - 
Public Leadership: Theory & Practice 

Institution:
Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School 

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Description:

This course will provide students with an understanding of selected theories and practices of public leadership for various informal and agentic roles at local, regional, provincial, and federal levels.

COURSE CONTENT AND APPROACH

This course will provide students with an understanding of selected theories and practices of public leadership for publically mandated roles (formal and informal). During this five-day block course, students are expected to:

  • Demonstrate critical and analytical thought about issues central to public leadership;
  • Describe the major ways various academic disciplines have tried to understand public leadership;
  • Communicate meaningful research and knowledge about leadership;
  • Differentiate the multiple types and styles of leadership necessary for citizenship;
  • Address the philosophical and ethical issues associated with the exercise of public leadership;
  • Understand the role of ideas and institutions in shaping leaders and their approaches to leadership;

 Courseware Library

JSGS866_Spring2011.pdfJSGS866_Spring2011Matthew Seddon


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Level Descriptor: Second Year Masters 



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