Welcome to our latest podcast episode, where we sit down with Samantha Novak, a UMBC graduate faculty member, to discuss leading with emergent strategies.
In this thought-provoking conversation, Ms. Novak shares her insights on the importance of reflecting on our work in the world and how we choose to show up to it.
We delve into the idea that real transformative change can only occur if we have first worked on making sustainable changes within ourselves. She offers valuable insights on how we can approach this process and highlights the key role that self-awareness plays in leadership.
Tune in – Leading with Emergent Strategies
Emergent Strategies Application
Throughout the episode, we explore different examples of how emergent strategies can be applied in different contexts and discuss the challenges that come with leading in an ever-changing world.
Whether you’re a seasoned leader or just starting your journey, this episode offers valuable insights and practical tips on how to develop a more sustainable approach to leadership. So, sit back, relax, and join us for this fascinating conversation with Samantha Novak.
About UMBC’s Community Leadership Graduate Program and It’s Courses:
The Community Leadership programs at UMBC prepare aspiring and practicing leaders with the skills and experience needed to generate transformative social change. We help students develop greater self-understanding, engage with the assets and challenges of urban communities, hone practical leadership skills, and build personal and professional relationships that will support their growth as leaders.
Register for the referenced course, Mindsets and Methods of Emergent Strategies (CDLR 611)!