SGPS 9201: Developing Leader Character
Developing future leaders extends beyond business schools. Today’s most influential leaders are in fields such as medicine, literature, technology, and politics. In today's society, world leaders need to be global citizens whose education and leadership will “make a difference” and serve the public good. Leader character development can serve alongside the competencies gained during graduate studies. This course introduces practical research and tools developed at Ivey Business School in the Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership, and are focused on learning the language around
“I’ve realized that there are areas of my character that I should work
- Dr. Cassie Ellis, email@example.com
- Graduate Students
- Reveal how leader character supports leader competencies and commitment
- Deepen your understanding of
leadershipcharacter and how it shapes decisions and actions.
- Diagnose and develop your leader character
What to Expect:
- The course will appear on the transcripts of enrolled students with a Pass/Fail notation but will not affect the student's academic average
- The course may count towards degree program course requirements with permission from the student's department
- Thursdays, January 10 through to April 11, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.