Mission: To strengthen and inspire leaders of the social sector and their partners in business and government.
Contact: Theresa Berenato
Hesselbein Institute and Cardinal Stritch University School of Leadership Launch Free, Online Leadership Development Curriculum
To expand the breath and depth of the Institute’s Leadership Dialogues — a video library of global thought leaders sharing inspiration and advice on VIMEO — the Institute partnered with the Cardinal Stritch University School of Leadership to develop probing leadership discussion questions and further reading recommendations from the Institute’s award-winning library of leadership articles and books to accompany each video Dialogue for best in class, online management training.
According to President and CEO Frances Hesselbein, “We are committed to providing online platforms for meaningful dialogue, idea exchange and action-planning to our growing community of new and renewed leaders.”
The Leadership Dialogues curriculum addresses today’s leadership content deficit by providing easily accessible leadership stories, advice, speeches and solutions from today’s greatest thought leaders, accompanied by a unique opportunity to reflect on a wide variety of management and leadership topics online.
“While there is no shortage of people with capacity to lead, many people may not feel that they know themselves well enough to inspire and serve others. The curriculum tools were developed as a collaborative effort bringing together various fields of expertise and leadership from faculty and staff in Stritch’s School of Leadership and our partners at the Hesselbein Institute.” Dr. Mette Baran, Assistant Professor, Doctoral Leadership Studies Department in the School of Leadership.
The curriculum includes 28 leadership themes, and the Complete Collection on VIMEO. For featured Lessons and more information about the program, click here.
The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute’s mission is: to strengthen and inspire the leadership of the social sector and their partners in business and government. Established in 1990 as the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management, the Institute furthers its mission by providing social sector leaders with the essential leadership wisdom, inspiration and resources to lead for innovation and diversity and to build vibrant social sector organizations.
The Cardinal Stritch University School of Leadership’s doctoral programs in Leadership (Ed.D. or Ph.D.) for the Advancement of Learning and Service, with both a general and a higher education focus, are designed to prepare students to become transformational leaders. Individuals will find that the programs provide instruction for effecting meaningful change within self and organizations, ultimately leading to serve. The curriculum of the doctoral programs focuses on contemporary leadership and learning theories with a strong foundation in research.
The programs are aimed at professionals across fields and worldwide, with present or emerging leadership responsibilities, in various organizations including higher educational institutions. Learn more about Stritch University’s doctoral programs in Leadership.
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