An Experiential Approach To Developing Leaders Is Right On Target
Leadership is one of those things that is difficult to have a classroom presentation and then suddenly you get it. Working on projects with classmates who came from public service, industry, entrepreneurships and the military heavily contributed to the out-of-classroom experience that helped to develop leadership skills. The Leadership Initiative puts a premium on creating opportunities for students to receive frequent, specific, individual feedback from executives and faculty. All project activities have a coaching component and several provide more structured 360-degree input from peers. The Leadership Initiative provides a continuous learning cycle to shape the ability of graduates to deliver results with character.