Harnessing the power of purpose
122 Leadership by Values: Strategies for Success in Public Service
Understanding the relationship of values to decisions can be a helpful decision-making tool. Focusing on commonly held (although sometimes competing) values underlying difficult policy dilemmas can help leaders bridge differing perspectives—either while policies are being debated or after difficult decisions have been made and need to be explained. In addition, clearly articulated organizational values provide staff with important information on an organization’s priorities. This course explores the role values play in both personal and organizational leadership, strategies to consider in modeling organizational values, and approaches to making and explaining difficult decisions.
Instructor: Dr. Rich Callahan is a professor of management at the University of San Francisco.
Friday, December 13, 2019, 10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
San Diego - $149/person for counties - 3 credits - Staff/Elected Officials