Sample Syllabus for the University of North Dakota's Lead 101: Learning Leadership Course

8/15/2013 12:00 AM ,

Leadership is a hot topic in social sciences, management, and popular culture. Ask ten people “What makes a good leader?” and you might get ten different answers. The subject of the University of North Dakota's LEAD 101: Learning Leadership course, a 15-week semester introductory leadership course based on The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership, is to explore leadership as a discipline, or as scholars.

Required Texts include:
The Leadership Challenge
The Student Leadership Practices Inventory
The Leadership Challenge Workbook

Access the syllabus here (PDF opens in a new window).

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