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Collaboration across Canada!

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WHAT IS THE PAN-CANADIAN PROJECT?

This national project is made possible through the collaboration of several partnerships with the best professors from elite universities across the country to offer a relevant and complete academic content.

MODULE 1

Module 1 developed in collaboration with:

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Professor Andrew Graham

School of Policy Studies, Queen's University

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR MODULE 1

  1. Understanding different ways of thinking about leadership as a concept - hierarchical, collaborative, cultural.
  2. Applying their understanding to a variety of scenarios, challenges and circumstances to better appreciate the multi-dimensional nature of leadership.
  3. Evaluating and reflecting on their own leadership aspirations, strengths, challenges

MODULE 2

Module 2 coming!

Module 2 developed in collaboration with:

Martine Durier -Copp

Dr. Martine Durier-Copp

Director, Centre for Advanced Management Education (CFAME), Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University and Managing Director, Collaborative eLearning and Network Lab

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Professor Paul Brown

Professor Emeritus, School of Public Administration and Adjunct Professor, Department of Political Science, Dalhousie University

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MODULE 3

Module 3 coming!

Module 3 developed in collaboration with:

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Dr. Marilyn Taylor

Professor, School of Leadership Studies and
College of Interdisciplinary Studies, Royal Roads University

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