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ED 714 Overview

This seminar explores the moral and ethical dimensions of leadership values and behaviors that engage and empower organizational transformation and achievement of significant moral purpose. Students will identify moral and ethical leadership constructs and behaviors as articulated in research, theory, philosophy, literature, art, exemplars, and practice. Specifically, seminar participants will examine leadership standards and strategies that influence organizational character, moral purpose, and service to the greater community. Accordingly, the nature of leadership will be interpreted in relationship to service that benefits others. Finally, students will articulate their moral purpose as a leader in present and /or anticipated leadership roles within an organization and/or community. Prerequisite: ED 710 or department approval.

  • 4.00 Credits
  • ED