01:30 PM to 03:20 PM MTWR
Thompson Hall 1017
Section Information for Summer 2014
The ability to have an influence on creating a sustainable world requires not only scientific knowledge and skills but also attention to one’s leadership development. In this course, students will explore the interdisciplinary research in leadership studies through its application to the context of sustainability. Through guest speakers from federal government agencies and NGO’s as well as students’ personal experiences, the class will analyze real-world cases through the lenses of leadership theory. Students will attend to their own personal development as sustainability leaders, reflecting on their engagement in leadership processes such as collaboration, collective visioning and decision-making, conflict, use of various forms of power, responding to and influencing change, coalition building, and others.
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