Leadership and Political Institutions with Professor Linda L. Fowler





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Uploaded on Jan 5, 2012

Professor Linda L. Fowler discusses the background, context, and implications of institutional leadership.

The Winter 2012 course that she is teaching at Dartmouth College, Public Policy 52: Leadership and Political Institutions, will explore how political leaders negotiate the constraints of public office with the opportunities for accomplishment, sometimes of historic proportions. The readings and discussions focus on four questions: How does leadership differ in the public and private spheres? What determines the effectiveness of public leadership? What personal skills and attributes affect the success or failure of leaders of political institutions? How do political conditions and historical contingency shape institutional leadership?

Learn more about this course, and the public policy minor at the Rockefeller Center online at http://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/minor/

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