Nancy M Campbell
PB AF 544
Provides an historical and theoretical context for a fuller understanding of federal and local policies regarding land use and transportation as well as a range of public policy options which influence how metropolitan areas grow and how people move around.
Building on PBAF 543, this one credit workshop, is designed to provide mid-career practitioners insight into their leadership skills and abilities. Each participant will complete a 360-leadership assessment. The assessment must be completed in advance of the workshop. The workshop will focus on reviewing and analyzing the assessment results and making action plans for future development.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Lecture, small and large group activities.
Completion of the LPI assessment.
Class assignments and grading
Completing assessment in a timely fashion, engagement in class activities and level of self insight demonstrated.