This course introduces students to concepts, models and practices of leadership that are effective in civic, community and political organizations. The course examines the purposes and structures of various types of organizations and looks at the sorts of leadership styles and strategies that match these organizations under particular circumstances. Using case studies, simulations and real-life applications, the course aims to help leaders and potential leaders better envision their organizations’ purposes, better communicate with members, and better organize members for effective action.
LEAD 104 - Introduction to Leadership Studies
Credit Hours: 3