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YOU’RE HERE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

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LEADERSHIP, ORGANIZING, AND ACTION:


LEADING CHANGE
ONLINE EXECUTIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
OFFERED IN FEBRUARY EXED.HKS.HARVARD.EDU/EE/LOA

PROGRAM CURRICULUM

Leadership, Organizing, and Action: Leading Change is an online Organizing Projects


opportunity to learn how to organize communities to mobilize
their resources to create the power they need to make change. critical analysis of their leadership of an organizing project for which
they are responsible. An organizing project requires (a) mobilizing a
leadership, build community around that leadership, and build power constituency to (b) collaborate with each other, to (c) achieve a real
from the resources of that community. change.

with leaders of civic associations, social movements, advocacy problems of power: enabling people to mobilize the power they
need to solve their problems by working together or by challenging
Ganz of Harvard Kennedy School. Professor Ganz and his associates
others who hold power over them. A successful organizing project
have coached people to use community organizing and leadership
solves a community problem, creates new community capacity,
practices in social movements, electoral campaigns, community
organizing, classroom instruction, workshops, lectures, writing – and accepting responsibility to enable others to achieve purpose in the face
now Executive Education Online. of uncertainty. This program will explore how leadership is exercised

FACULTY CHAIR

Marshall Ganz is Senior Lecturer in Public • Public Narrative


Policy at the • Building Relationships
Organizations at Harvard Kennedy School.
• Structuring Leadership Teams
During his career, Ganz served under Cesar
Chavez and the United Farm Workers • Strategizing

• Action
and political organizing. He has also
“This course was the best learning experience I have had since I
worked extensively with grassroots groups
graduated from college in 1988. It taught me more about increasing my

voter mobilization strategies for local, state, and national electoral


campaigns.

APPLY AT: exed.hks.harvard.edu/ee/loa