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Resourceful Leadership (E M 596, new Spring 2018)

Resourceful Leadership: An Introduction pushes students beyond the conventional boundaries of engineering and scientific inquiry: team problem solving, critical thinking, engagement with others, personal and team development. Students will engage interactively: exploring case studies derived from contemporary business practice, developing techniques and practical capabilities, discussing and critiquing real-world exercises and demonstrations. These skills are critical to success, advancement, and professional satisfaction. The exercises, examples and cases will develop your portfolio of professional skills.

Hal Calbom, WSU adjunct faculty, is a graduate of Harvard College and holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Exeter, England, where he studied as a Frank Knox Fellow. Calbom created the first multiple media tele-course for McGraw-Hill Education, “Computers at Work,” published in three editions, and wrote and produced “Evergreen: The Washington Clean Tech Story,” and over 50 behavioral-skills leadership programs in the Crisp Video / Book Series. He is a five-time Emmy Award winner and winner of the Champion Media Award for Economic Understanding from Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business. More information at halcalbom.com.

 

 

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Important information regarding non-WSU students

Non-WSU students who wish to take an E M course must be admitted to WSU prior to enrolling in the course.

Undergraduate Admission

Graduate Admission (students who hold a bachelor’s degree)

Please apply using one of the options below. Additional information can be found on the Graduate School website at gradschool.wsu.edu/apply/ or etm.wsu.edu/admission/.

Please contact ETM academic program coordinator at etm@wsu.edu should you have further questions.