World Interdependence – Current Global Issues (Focus: Global Leadership) (Section 2)* [CRN 15327]

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Discipline: International Education
Instructor: Johnson
Credits: 3
Day: A
Start: 1240
End: 1400
Field Work: Day 1 | March 30, 2020 | Ghana
Prerequisites: None Download Syllabus

The development of effective global leadership skills is critical in today’s complex and interconnected world. The purpose of this course is to promote global leadership skills in students (self-knowledge, curiosity, cross-cultural competence, collaboration, intercultural communication, etc.) and their application within interpersonal interactions, organizations, and systems in a global context. We will examine leadership concepts and theories, the role of identity/power/privilege in global leadership, intercultural communication theories and strategies, and global leadership ethics. As a student in the course and as a Semester at Sea voyager, you will be inspired to explore your unique motivations and role as a leader in a global context. You will be encouraged to extend yourself, to self-reflect, and to act humbly and openly in the exploration of leadership concepts and competencies required for successful human interactions in a global context.

*Note: This class is delivered when lunch is served.

Field Work

Country: Ghana
Day: 1
Date: March 30, 2020