ICP 1156 – Personal and Program Leadership

ICP 1156 - Personal and Program Leadership

Personal and Program Leadership will guide your exploration of an overarching question: how do you lead in your role as an instructor? The course provides an introduction to educational leadership and leadership culture in post-secondary education systems and examines educational leadership theory. Professional leadership at personal (micro), program (meso) and institutional (macro) levels will be explored. Topics include leadership styles, the culture of academia, roles and behaviours in the context of post-secondary institutions, and the implications of leading at Lethbridge College.

Course Outcomes:

  1. Identify the elements of educational leadership theory and explain how this theory can be applied to Lethbridge College
  2. Explain the dynamics of institutional culture and how it impacts educational leadership at Lethbridge College
  3. Critically reflect within your position, characteristics of leadership within your classroom (micro level leadership)
  4. Critically reflect within your position, characteristics of leadership within your program (meso level leadership)
  5. Critically reflect within your position, characteristics of leadership within the post-secondary institution (macro level leadership)

ICP 1156 PLAR

If you would like information about receiving Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) for ICP 1156, please click here to go to the PLAR information page.