The Center for Integrative Leadership seeks to foster cross-sector and boundary-spanning leadership to address significant societal challenges (sometimes called Grand Challenges) for a greater good.
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
The CIL is partnering with the Center for Science, Technology and Environmental Policy for the upcoming March 26th bi-weekly seminar series called STEP-FAR.
How did Grand Rapids, Michigan emerge as as leader among green cities? Come hear CIL’s co-academic advisor, Professor Kathy Quick present her research and learn how independent actors and sectors shifted to a model of collective leadership to create "America's Greenest City."
Want to learn how to work effectively on challenges where everyone is affected and no one is in charge? If so, this is THE course for you!
This 5-day skills-based course will introduce you to integrative leadership strategies useful in addressing global grand challenges. Global Grand Challenges have significant consequences for the well-being of societies. They are novel, emergent,
highly complex, and beyond the resources or knowledge of any single discipline, organization or sector to address. Read more here.