The goal in this course is to develop your leadership potential. Leadership is a learnable set of practices that can be deciphered, reflected upon, understood, and used. Developing leadership potential is about acquiring proficiencies in key areas that leverage pre-existing skills and expertise. It is about raising personal awareness, developing personal understanding, and learning new ways to do things at work. Leadership is about change mastery—and the first steps begin with challenging and changing yourself.
|Reading 10: Bolman, L. G., & Deal, T. E. (2003). Chapter 10: The manager as politician. In Reframing organizations (pp. 176-193). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.|
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