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    Otterbein University
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

LEAD 3000 - Leadership Practices

Hours: 4
As the third course in the Leadership Studies minor, Leadership Practices focuses on applying organizational learning and leadership. Students learn concepts and models of engaged citizenship, leadership, and change—pillars of organizations in which shared leadership, organizational change and whole systems change are constantly transformative. The course invites experienced leaders to explain and discuss leadership principles, practices, and models. In this service-learning course, as a team, students apply an organizational change model or a set of leadership principles and strategies in writing an organizational development plan for a non-profit organization or a unit in a non-profit organization.
Prerequisites: LEAD 2000 or permission of instructor.
Notes: This course fulfills the dyad requirement when paired with one course from among INST 4045, JAMC 4600 and SOCL 3100.