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This course builds on the ideas introduced in LDR-3050: Foundations of Leadership, strengthening the framework of the practice of leadership. Leading Organizational Change provides an in-depth exploration of the leader's primary role in organizational change and develops skills and tools that can be put to use in real leadership practice. Each student will have the opportunity to examine and discuss the leader's role, to consider how the leader can inform real or simulated change practice, and to reflect on how the leader plays a role in the success of any change initiative regardless of complexity. During this course the student engages in linking leadership theory used in Foundations of Leadership with the challenge of successfully navigating the process of implementing change initiatives.
Advisory: This course is best taken after LDR-3050: Foundations of Leadership.
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