Provides a balance of traditional and hands-on learning experiences to help seasoned public officials meet the changing needs of their constituents and communities.
Session Dates: June 01, 2020 – June 19, 2020
Application Deadline: April 01, 2020
Faculty Chair: David King
Program Director: Taylor Woods-Gauthier
Program fee: $16,800
Improved Leadership and Decision-Making Skills
Senior Executives in State and Local Government provides a balance of traditional and hands-on learning experiences to help seasoned public officials better address the concerns of their constituents and communities. This three-week executive program for senior executives in local government will enable you to:
Challenge assumptions about how to exercise leadership in the public sector.
Develop new conceptual frameworks for addressing policy issues.
Examine innovative partnerships and new models of collaborative governance.
Explore the relationship between citizens and their government.
Understand the behavioral dimensions of decision making.
Exchange ideas with experienced faculty and a diverse group of colleagues.
The program operates as an interactive classroom, in which you, your peers and faculty work together on real-life case studies, learning from each other. You’ll be in an environment where the classroom serves as a forum for raising difficult issues and creating and maintaining a conversation that leads to change.
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