Lessons in Leadership: What History's Great Leaders Can Teach Us Today
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|Course Dates||Weeks||Meeting Times||Status||Instructor(s)||CRN|
|July 09, 2014 - July 29, 2014||3||Online||Open||Minh Luong||10619|
What makes a great leader? What is your own leadership potential, and how can you increase it? Do you have a passion -- such as literacy, the environment, or equal rights -- and hope to make an impact one day?
Great leaders often possess several key leadership skills. Based on one of Brown University's most popular political science courses, this course offers students the opportunity to discover new insights from great historical leaders, examine key leadership skills and build upon your own leadership awareness and potential. You will also develop an action plan for pursuing your passion and changing our world for the better.
Fall and spring sessions are six weeks long, and require approximately five hours per week to complete coursework and assignments. The summer session is an intensive three-week course that requires approximately ten hours per week.
You will need the following to participate in this online course:
• Computer with internet access and browser
• Headphones or speakers
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