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Leadership and Organizational Governance

SW665, Section 001

This course will examine the attributes, skills, behaviors, problems, and issues associated with leadership in social impact organizations, both public and private. Several executive functions will be given particular attention, including defining the mission and goals of the organization, mobilizing resources, and adapting the organization to changing environments. Various styles of leadership will also be analyzed with reference to the stages of organizational development. Concomitant with the above executive roles and skills, this course will address strategies for organizational development that are directed toward advancing diversity, equity and inclusion, as well as enhancing adaptability, effectiveness and efficiency to serving populations that have traditionally experienced marginalization.

Semester: Winter 2019
Instructor: Kathleen G. Doyle
Category: Advanced MHS Methods
U-M Class #: 29756
Time: Thu 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: B770 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

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