Collaborative Leadership: Leading a Learning Organization

Description:

Course Overview

Course Quality Rating
TBD

Course Description
In his groundbreaking book, Peter Senge defined a learning organization as a group of people who are continually increasing their capacity to create the results they want. As the landscape changes around us, we are collectively in a learning mode because we need to create and adjust. This session will review a basic framework for collective learning and illustrate three tools that leaders can use to increase aspiration, collaboration, and systems thinking, with a special emphasis on leading in cross-organizational settings.

This course is provided by National Public Health Leadership Development Network and provided by the Heartland Center for Learning Management and will require a secondary login and/or registration. Click the LAUNCH button below to start or be taken to the course.

Target Audience
Leaders in an organization.

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  1. Explain the "three-legged stool" and five disciplines of organizational learning

Council of Linkages Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals (COL)/COL Tier(s)
None listed

Professional/Disciplinary Competencies
None listed

Format
Webinar

Credit /CEU
None available

Duration
1 hr.

Specifications
None listed

Course Publication Date
December 19, 2013

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