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Taught by Rick Brockmeier

This course explores the basic theories, trends, and practices for leadership from varying global perspectives. Leadership theories are often taught from a Western perspective. This course discusses these historical Western perspectives, while also introducing students to how leadership is viewed and practiced around the world. Note: This section of this course was taught at Simon Kenton High School, where students received both high school and college credit under NKU’s School-based Scholars program.

"One of the surprising things that the students conclude is that there are many fine organizations involved in delivery of a wide variety of services, but most service is directed towards a handful of issues of very universal and long-standing cultural circumstances dealing with economic, health, and social mores. Most of the groups are worthy and the selection is a contested one."

- Professor Rick Brockmeier

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