January Term 2018 • Law 610 • Credits: 1
Instructor: Jennifer Espinola
This course aims to demystify the processes of leadership in a few short but intensive hours over the course of the week. Students will examine various major schools of leadership theory and explore models of leadership that actually work. Through a variety of intensive readings, small group exercises, introspection, and open discussion, participants will develop healthy and workable insights into their own leadership styles and how to improve them.
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