"Helping Leaders Change the World from the Inside."
For decades, the concept of “leadership” meant making structural changes to an organization. The focus was outward – and the results were fleeting. As one of the nation’s premier Jesuit universities, Gonzaga takes a transformational approach to help leaders change the world from the inside. This introspective focus gives you tools to effect true change in organizations, offer creative approaches to problems, emphasize collaborations, respect diversity, and demonstrate clear vision. By traveling to Italy, and being immersed in a different culture, you are provided an opportunity to use and enhance your communication and leadership skills on a moment by moment basis.
Students have four choices for graduate Leadership courses in Italy for Summer 2011:
- Summer Institute in Intercultural Communication & Professional Media in Cagli, Italy; Thursday, June 23 - Saturday, July 9, 2011
- Renaissance Leadership for the 21st Century, Florence, Italy; Friday, May 27 - Friday, June 10, 2011 with Dr. Mike Carey*
- Renaissance Rhetoric, Florence, Italy; Friday, May 27 - Friday, June 10, 2011, 2010 with Dr. John Caputo*
*both can be taken for doctoral credit electives; these courses are designed to be taken together
- Project Management, Florence, Italy; Friday, June 10 - Friday, June 24, 2011 with Dr. Kristine Hoover & Kay Bachman
Questions? Contact Shannon Zaranski at (509) 313-3569; firstname.lastname@example.org