The University's Strategic Positioning process recognized the University's need and capacity to successfully engage in interdisciplinary inquiry as essential to realizing the institution's goal of becoming a top three public research university. Many of the skills required to effectively lead collaborative teams engaged in interdisciplinary teaching, research, scholarship, or artistic work are not routinely taught within the academic and professional curriculum. The objective of the Collaborative Leadership Development Project is to define the competencies, learning outcomes, assessment strategies, training modules, and resources needed to develop a comprehensive program designed to prepare University faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students to successfully lead collaborative teams engaged in interdisciplinary inquiry.
University of Minnesota: President's Emerging Leaders Program.
Collaborative Leadership Development.
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