Are you looking for a new way to lead? Unlike the more
traditional definition of leadership which emphasizes the role of a
strong leader supervising a group or organization, the emergent
model of “shared leadership” encourages teamwork and cooperation.
Its philosophy is an integral part of the larger notion of
life-long learning in its foundation of service to a group, an
organization or society. As a community-based concept, it fosters
the emergence of collaboration and peer-to-peer mentoring. With its
emphasis on teamwork, participation and the role of community,
concepts such as democracy, social justice and diversity are key to
the underlying philosophies of shared leadership.
This program is sponsored by the Women in
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Date: Monday, February 13, 2012
Time: 1:50 PM - 2:40 PM
Location: D'Angelo Center, Room 209, Queens Campus