Course Overview

Collaborative practice is the self-reflective process involved in developing authentic partnerships. This interdisciplinary course is designed to support students to become responsive family and community leaders within their communities and organizations. Within this course we will explore the question: how can we strengthen family and community wellness through intentional participatory leadership? We will examine underlying ways of thinking and supportive approaches for creating cultures of collaboration within organizations and communities.

This course will provide students hands-on exploration of research in leadership development; community and family engagement; individual, organization, and community wellness; and strength-based facilitation skills and practices.


What You'll Learn

  • Understand the implications of collaborative leadership for community and organizational wellness
  • Understand the implications of collaborative leadership for relational learning
  • Design a personal leadership philosophy statement
  • Learn the concept of: Listening=learning =leading
  • Identify the qualities of a relational leader

Who Should Attend

  • Early Childhood Educators
  • Early Childhood Professionals
  • Family and Child Studies Professionals

Additional Information

Each leadership professional development course provides different ways of thinking about leadership in relation to others and taking each professional development course within the leadership area will help to orient the student towards leadership in a variety of capacities.

Participants must receive an 80% or better on all knowledge checks to receive a Certificate of Completion

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This course is offered through UNM College of Education & Human Sciences.

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