What you'll learn

  • Challenge assumptions about how to exercise leadership in the public sector.

  • Develop new conceptual frameworks for addressing policy issues.

  • Examine innovative partnerships and new models of collaborative governance.

  • Explore the relationship between citizens and their government.

  • Understand the behavioral dimensions of decision making.

  • Exchange ideas with experienced faculty and a diverse group of colleagues.

Course description

You'll be in an environment where the classroom serves as a forum for raising difficult issues and creating and maintaining a conversation that leads to change.


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Senior Managers in Government is a premier curriculum designed for elected, appointed and senior career officials in the U.S. federal government and their military, corporate sector, and international counterparts.

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