Leading Innovation & Organizational Change Sample Lecture

Join Woodbury University on Wednesday, June 15th from 6-8pm for a Leadership Sample lecture. The event will allow attendees to experience what it’s like to be a graduate student and sit in class with current leadership students.

The Master of Arts in Leadership program is a recognized graduate degree for those interested in advanced leadership and administrative positions in public, nonprofit, and private sectors. The degree focuses on an understanding of human behavior both in general and within organizations, principles of effective leadership and critical thinking, organizational structure and communication, ethical behavior and decision-making principles, communication processes, and principles of effective leadership.

This in-depth 2-hour lecture will be taught by Dr. Seta Khajarian, Leadership faculty at Woodbury University. The topic of discussion will be “Leading Innovation & Organizational Change” and attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with current students.

This course examines the creation and maintenance of a culture of organizational innovation and change as a function of effective leadership. Topics include: models of organizational innovation and change, identifying the need for change, strategies for implementing and directing change, effective change agents, and resistance to change.

In addition, there will be admission representatives to answer any questions you may have regarding program requirements.




Refreshments will be provided and parking is free.

Woodbury University is still accepting applications for the Fall 2016 Semester!     Fall 2016 deadline to apply is July 1st.

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