Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change Degree
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The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change degree combines a broad liberal arts study core with concepts vital to success in today’s workplace.
You will develop skills in …
Leadership and management: enhance your self-awareness skills; assess your personal style, strengths and limitations; and use these to develop successful strategies for guiding and leading programs, projects and people.
Teambuilding: assess group dynamics, facilitate discussions and shape processes that produce successful outcomes at all levels.
Change capability: develop personal adaptability and awareness of change processes at individual, group, organizational, community and global levels to lead and influence change initiatives.
Critical thinking: synthesize, analyze and evaluate complex issues from multiple perspectives to enhance your decision making and formulate better solutions.
Ethical reasoning: apply your values in the larger context of social challenges at local and global levels.
Cultural competency: enhance understanding of how your experiences and culture shape your worldview.
Civic engagement: identify and participate in activities affecting positive change in society and the world.
Benefits and features of the organizational leadership degree include …
- 24 hours of social and behavioral science credit required for many government sector jobs.
- Best practices in leadership theory, change management and organizational development.
- Coordinated service learning programs that transform your sense of social and civic needs.
Where is the Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change degree offered?
We offer adult-focused bachelor’s degrees in Wichita, Topeka, greater Kansas City area and online. Not all courses and programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please contact an Admissions Counselor at 316-295-5300 or email@example.com for more details.
For those interested in employment with a federal, state, or local government agency, entity, or organization or a not-for-profit organization after graduation, read about the possibility of loan forgiveness.
Need more information about an organizational leadership program? Request information about the Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change degree at Friends University. You can also contact Professional Studies recruiter Patty Gingrich in the Admissions Office at 316-295-5693 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change Degree adult degree program in Topeka, contact Angela Lee at 787-272-9595 or email@example.com.