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EDAD 553 Priority Leadership: Leading Systemic Change

Content: Priority leadership is a leadership framework of 10 continua based on research and evidence-based systems that produce results: planning to vision; goals to priorities; policy to targets to opportunity; problem-solving to capacity-building; fear of separation to relationship and teamwork; controlled management to shared leadership; hidden agendas to authentic listening; conformance to performance; tradition to data to reflection; arrival to growth. Lessons from each continuum are illustrated and used as examples to demonstrate the critical role leadership plays in showing improvement and obtaining results. In addition to covering the continua, the course includes an individual priority leadership assessment and personal action plan that will improve the leadership performance of participants.
Prerequisites: None.
Credits: 2 semester hours.