Graduate Degree Program In Executive Leadership, Pastoral Care, & Change Course
Course #: GCL-450 Hours: 10 Lec/ 2 Lab/ 0 Ext/ 12 Total
Subject Title: MISSION MAKING FOR CHANGE
Method: Asynchronous Distance Learning Schedule: 11 weeks
Complete Synopsis Prerequisites: None
MISSION MAKING FOR CHANGE combines textbook reading lectures, coaching labs, and online discussion forums to give the leader advanced knowledge of influencing change through missions. Every leader who impacts change has mastered the art and science of aspiring and influencing others. How do they do it? This course provides inspiring and practical advice on both defining and fulfilling a mission. Students will examine making and forming a mission statement in hours rather than months or years. Creating a mission statement for life and work, this course helps to guide leaders in determining the purpose for which they do what they do, their vision, their guiding values and philosophies, as well as the path toward them.
Required Textbook: The Path: Creating Your Mission Statement for Work and for Life by Laurie Beth Jones: ISBN-13: 978-0786882410, 272 pages, Publisher: Hyperion – Acquired Assets
Through extensive research and use of the suggested course materials, you will:
- Identify and describe one’s own mission, vision, core values, and directional principles.
- A class syllabus is provided for each student upon successful enrollment and acceptance. Also see How to Complete this Degree Program section for detailed instructions.