I have an OU ID and login so I can be a part of the Oklahoma Scholar-Leadership Education Program. (I never would have thought I'd be "enrolled" at the University of Oklahoma!)
That makes OU the 10th Academic School where I have been "enrolled" in some capacity in my life. In most ways I'll be a fellow-learner in the course.
I will also be the only non-teaching-faculty participant, so this makes OU the 7th University I've had some kind of faculty relationship with! I genuinely look forward to the course - and am enjoying the reading already!
Leading From Core Values: Principles & Practice of "Tribal Leadership"
This class is full
In this course, we will explore the key perspectives and organizing principles for effective leadership in a collaborative setting. Participants will practice the use of values-embedded stories to create social and psychological space for purposeful collaboration, practice designing and pitching strategic project ideas, learn how to join with others in effective social structures to complete significant projects, and create a vision for their future as effective leaders.
John King is co-founder and senior partner of CultureSync, a consulting firm that focuses on Leadership, Strategy, Cultural Change and Executive Coaching. Along with his partner, David C. Logan Ph.D, John is co-author of The Coaching Revolution, a book presenting the author’s best practices in the realm of executive coaching.
John is in demand as a keynote speaker, and is nationally recognized as a senior teacher, coach, and program leader. Clients of his coaching practice have been featured on all major television networks and in The Wall Street Journal. CultureSync’s clients include Intel, Cedars-Sinai Health System,Southern California Edison, CB Richard Ellis, Colliers International, OliverMcMillan, The California State Appointed Executives, Amgen, and American Express, and The Space Frontier Foundation.
John is part of the leadership development team at Sierra Health Foundation and is on faculty at Collier’s University, CB Richard Ellis University, and The California Leadership Institute. John is also a frequent guest lecturer in the Marshall School of Business and the School of Public Policy, Planning,and Development at USC.