How has your leadership style evolved within the past year?
What comes to mind when you reflect on your leadership approach?
Looking ahead, how can you employ a leadership approach to effectively address diversity, equity, and inclusion?
In October, the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, Executive Education, in partnership with the American Society for Public Administration, will facilitate instruction and foster discussions around the following core principles:
- Self and Social Awareness and Management
- Cultural Humility
- Psychological Safety
- Appreciative Communication
The 1 month program is designed for senior and emerging public service executives who are eager to develop and challenge their leadership values within the scope of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Virtual via Zoom
- 5 weeks, 1 recorded and 8 live sessions
- Group projects and presentations
- Cohort size limited to 15-25
Asynchronous (Recorded) Session
|Friday, October 1||Setting the Leadership Stage|
10:00 – 1:00 PM (Pacific)
|Wednesday, October 6||Why DEI Matters in Public Service (practitioner panel)|
|Friday, October 8||Doing the Work: A Mindful Approach to DEI|
|Wednesday, October 13||Cultural Humility|
|Friday, October 15||Social Equity and Ethics|
|Wednesday, October 20||Empathy in Professional Settings|
|Friday, October 22||Leading with Courage|
|Wednesday, October 27||Group Presentations|
|Friday, October 29||Appreciative Communication and Graduation|
*Session topics may be adjusted
Space is limited.
This program is designed for public service leaders who have supervisory experience.
Dive Into DEI
What does DEI mean to you? How is DEI present for you as a leader? As a leader how do you navigate DEI within your organization?