To be an effective leader, you have to be authentic and to be authentic you have to understand yourself and your impact on others. As a student in the Organizational Development and Leadership (ODL) program, you will learn how to leverage yourself to deliver results across your organization.
You’ll bring the issues that are most important to you and your organization into the classroom. Through mentoring, coaching and peer collaboration, you will gain insight into your unique situation and learn how to design strategies which positively impact the effectiveness of your organization and the careers and lives of all who work there.
We will teach you how to understand the dynamics of your organization and how you can become an effective leader within your organization.
ODL graduates are positioned to influence change as executives, administrators or as individual contributors collaborating across organizations to deliver optimal results. Upon completion of your studies, you will have the skills to:
ODL students benefit from a cutting-edge learning environment that promotes critically important leadership concepts:
Experienced faculty and professional peers share current, real-world scenarios, which students can immediately apply directly to their workplace.
Designed to meet the needs of students who are employed full-time, the certificate program features flexible start and completion times.
This degree is offered in collaboration with Public Health Management Corporation.
Offers students the opportunity to enhance their skills through action learning orientation.
Be at the forefront of a new wave of integrative leadership approaches in human services delivery for the emerging field of population health leadership.
The following gainful employment information is specific to each respective PCOM non-degree certificate program currently eligible for Federal Title IV financial aid funds and contains important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended the program. Disclosures are specific to each certificate of graduate study (CGS), certificate of advanced graduate study (CAGS) or other certificate program as required by the U.S. Department of Education: