GLBL 790

The Jackson Institute invites applications to the Leadership course offered by GEN (Ret.) Stanley McChrystal & Chris Fussell.

Interested students should submit their applications no later than noon on Monday, January 4, 2021.
All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Monday, January 18, 2021. 

This course will examine the practical execution of leadership in today’s environment. Using a combination of historical case studies and recent events, we will review how dramatic changes in technology, society, politics, media, and globalization have increased the complexity of the tasks facing modern leaders. Although the course will include the military aspects of leadership, the overall objective will be to study leadership in a wider context, identifying the common factors shared by politics, business, education, warfare, and other fields. Some of the specific topics to be covered will include: the changing leadership environment; the role of the leader; driving change; making difficult decisions; dealing with risk; coping with failure; navigating politics; and the effect of modern media.

The class will meet on the following dates in the Spring term:

Spring 2021

February 9 (Tuesday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

February 11 (Thursday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

February 12 (Friday) – 11:20am-1:10pm

February 23 (Tuesday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

March 11 (Thursday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

March 12 (Friday) – 11:20am-1:10pm

March 18 (Thursday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

March 19 (Friday) – 11:20am-1:10pm

April 6 (Tuesday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

April 9 (Friday) – 11:20am-1:10pm

April 20 (Tuesday)– 7:15pm-9:05pm

April 22 (Thursday) – 7:15pm-9:05pm

April 30 (Friday) – 11:20am-1:10pm

All classes will be held virtually.

GLBL 790 Seminar Application (SPRING 2021)

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