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Leadership for Public Administrators

Examine leaders and leadership: factors involved in becoming a leader, how to develop leadership abilities, and how context affects your behavior as a leader. Further develop leadership skills you already have, and learn how to effectively use your power and influence as a manager. Acquire skills to help you express your values as a leader, promote change and innovation, and motivate others through specific programs and activities.

This course can be applied to the Certificate in Public Administration.

Instructors

Gary  Keller, Ph.D.

Gary Keller, Ph.D.

Dr. Gary Keller is an award-winning educator. He offers his learners more than 25 years of teaching experience around the world, and has more than 25 published articles including 3 Best Research Paper awards from international conferences. Keller joined the ... read more

Jay Blankenship, MSW, CFRE

Jay Blankenship, MSW, CFRE

In Jay’s current role as director of development, he is responsible for creating and implementing a comprehensive fund development plan to support the programs and services of the Cancer and Blood Disorder Center at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.  Jay has ... read more

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Apply the situational approach to leadership
  • Understand transactional and transformational leadership, and the strengths of each dimension
  • Utilize specific strategies for communicating a vision
  • Implement tactics for building trust among subordinates

All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.

Wed., Oct. 5

8:30am-3pm

Location: UWM School of Continuing Education

Instructor: Jay Blankenship MSW, CFRE

Fee: $165

CEUs: 0.6

Enrollment Limit: 20

Program Number: 7310-9221

Registration Deadline: Wed., Oct. 5

Registration is Closed.