Queen's University

 

ARTL 806

1.5 Units ‚óŹ Course beings in May

Course Description:

Cultural leaders drive innovation, attract and foster leadership talent within the organization, and create a successful and vibrant culture to deliver high-impact results. Students will analyze a variety of leadership styles and organizational cultures, and provides skills in leading through complexity and change in a quickly evolving industry.

Students will undertake a personal leadership assessment and form their own leadership learning objectives, and will be able to seek career advice from industry leaders.

The course provides the insight into governance and board leadership, including legal and fiduciary responsibilities and duties of loyalty and care.

Students will engage in strategic thinking, leading organizational change, creating a high-performance organization, and collaborative consensus building. They will gain insight into governance and exercising executive leadership that will result in productive and engaged boards and organizations.


About the Instructor:

Dr. Tina Dacin is the Stephen J.R. Smith Chair of Strategy and Organizational Behavior at Queen's Smith School of Business. She is the Director of the Smith School's Centre for Social Impact. Dr. Dacin is a member of the University Senate, and Chair of the Principal's Innovation Fund Committee.

Professor Dacin's research interests include cultural heritage and traditions, social innovation/entrepreneurship, and strategic alliances. Dr. Dacin teaches courses in leadership, change, and strategy. 

Read Professor Dacin's Full Bio at The Smith School of Business


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