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HOD-840 Inclusive Leadership: Transforming Self and Systems

4 semester credits
Inclusive leadership involves the ability to co-create more inclusive organizations and communities. By leading in ways that enable all voices and stakeholders in specific settings and contexts to be fully heard and empowered, inclusive leadership provides an important means through which to create organizations and communities, and ultimately a society, in which people from all backgrounds feel fully welcome and included.  Through integration of contemplative and transformative pedagogies, this course provides students with the foundation for system transformation in a wide variety of contexts at all levels of system by focusing on the relationship between transforming self and systems, and the ways in which we must learn to recognize and overcome our own biases as well as the structural barriers and differential power among those from various identity groups.  The course uses scholarship, self-reflection, embodied practice, and creative expression for understanding self and others and crossing borders within ourselves, and between “us” and “them.”
Delivery Method: Online
Grading Default: Letter
Learning Outcome(s):
  • Discuss and critically analyze theories and methods of inclusive leadership.
  • Apply inclusive leadership principles to professional, personal and academic contexts.



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