Course Descriptions

PST 265 - Public Safety Leadership Development Seminar

3 Credits

This course provides aspiring and emerging public safety leaders and those already in leadership positions the opportunity to explore the concept of leadership and to develop and improve their leadership knowledge, skills, and behaviors. The course integrates reading from the humanities, experiential exercises, dialogue, films, and contemporary readings on leadership in the public safety context. Three class hours.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Explain the concept of leadership and differentiate it from the concept of management
2. Develop and articulate a personal philosophy of leadership
3. Identify and describe personality types and their implications for leaders
4. Apply a conflict management model
5. Discuss the complexities of ethical leadership
6. Assess the impacts of a decision from an ethical, personal, and organizational perspective
7. Apply the situational leadership model in the work and personal environment

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Spring Semester 2018
Summer Session 2018