This course provides an overview of the development and current status of higher education in the United States. Participants will review the historical evolution of higher education and the institutions' roles in American society. Higher education systems will be highlighted through both internal and external perspectives. Twenty-first century opportunities and challenges will be examined.
The course challenges students to evaluate their leadership skills and their role in the development and guidance of leadership talent with each employees. Students will have an opportunity to review their values, current belief systems and expand their current knowledge of self and others. Students will study new coaching and mentoring methods and characteristics of transformational and innovative leadership investigating multiple dimensions of awareness. Emotional intelligence, EQ, intelligence systems-thinking, IQ, and spiritual intelligence, SQ, will be introduced.
This is a residential course packaged with an additional meals and room fee of $305.00. Students must register by 9/6/13. Mandatory pre-reading assignments are available online upon registration, which is accessible through the myPlymouth portal.