Leadership, Management, Ethics
Introduces theories of leadership, management development and practice, and ethics. Examines the role of leaders, managers and conflict specialists as agents of positive influence in complex socio-technical systems. Leadership, management and dispute resolution competencies are introduced and developed in individual, team, organizational, and inter-organizational contexts. Studies ethical matters: confidentiality; loyalty; political and professional neutrality; conflict of interest; privacy protection; transparency. Students apply concepts to self, others (as team members), leaders and managers.
- Admission to MPA Thesis Option (on Campus) program.
Graduate course in the Public Administration Dispute Resolution program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.