Taught by a rotating interdisciplinary team of faculty and offered through all five Center-affiliated Schools, Leading Across Sectors to Address Grand Challenges fosters critical thinking about the potential inputs, tools, forms and impact of different types of cross-sector, hybrid or other boundary-crossing initiatives. We approach integrative leadership as a field of leadership practice that involves collaboration on complex and significant issues that cannot be effectively addressed by a single person, entity or sector.
Learning occurs through reading foundational materials, personal leadership exercises or coaching, engaging extensively with examples from guest speakers and case materials, and developing a final group project related to integrative leadership on a specific, current issue. In the seminar, you will: (a) learn to recognize and address integrative leadership challenges and opportunities, and (b) build your own capacity to contribute to integrative leadership through group work in interdisciplinary teams and through being exposed to a range of boundary work practices.
Learn more about GCC 5023: Leading Across Sectors to Address Grand Challenges here.
NOTE: This class was formerly offered as the Integrative Leadership Seminar (MGMT 6402/PA 5105/PUBH 6702/OLPD 6402/LAW 6623 Starting in Spring 2018, the Integrative Leadership Seminar will be offered as GCC 5023: Leading Across Sectors to Address Grand Challenges. Please register accordingly.
This class replaces the Integrative Leadership Seminar and will fulfill the requirement for the Integrative Leadership graduate minor.
This class is open to both graduate and undergraduate students (sophomore, junior, or senior) and meets the civic life and ethics Liberal Education Theme.
Are you a law student? This class counts as part of your 6 credits allowed for electives.