Lewiston-Auburn College

Exploring Leadership Series

One Credit Courses that Explore a Specific Leadership Theory*

Each course in the series focuses on one particular leadership theory and allows for an in depth exploration of that theory.  Each course is one credit, online and lasts five weeks.  You can take one, two or all three of the courses.  No previous leadership courses necessary.

  • LOS 351/ LOS 551 Exploring Transformational Leadership 1/13/14 - 2/16/14
    In the increasingly uncertain world of today, new leadership is needed for radical positive change.  Transformational Leadership offers one such avenue for unleashing the potential in individuals and situations.  This one credit course is an in depth exploration of Transformational Leadership.  Students will gain an understanding of the theory, others critiques of the theory, and practical application of the theory.

  • LOS 352/ LOS 552 Exploring Servant-Leadership 2/24/14 - 3/30/14
    Through a unique paradox, servant-leaders seek to lead in a way that invests in the health and growth of those being led while also seeking to improve the world around them. This one credit course is an in depth exploration of Servant-Leadership.  Students will gain an understanding of the theory, others critiques of the theory, and practical application of the theory.
  • LOS 353/ LOS 553 Exploring Authentic Leadership 4/7/14 - 5/9/14
    Authentic leadership seeks create leaders that identify and are in tune with their true selves and then seek to lead from this place of authenticity.  This one credit course is an in depth exploration of Authentic Leadership.  Students will gain an understanding of the theory, others critiques of the theory, and practical application of the theory.

Do you have more Questions about the Exploring Leadership Series? Contact Professor Brian Davenport at bdavenport@usm.maine.edu or call 753-6675.

(*completion of three exploring leadership courses counts as one leadership elective)