Leading in Crisis: Play a Role in a Simulation of Community Leaders Making Decisions in the Midst of Civil Unrest, Political Pressures, and National Media and Social Media Attention

March 9, 2017 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Leading in Crisis: Play a Role in a Simulation of Community Leaders Making Decisions in the Midst of Civil Unrest, Political Pressures, and National Media and Social Media Attention

Assume the role of a community leader to get a sense of decision-making during crisis in a simulation written by 3L Jackie Fisher.  During the last half hour, Nancy Rogers, Program on Law and Leadership Director and former Ohio Attorney General, and Bill Froehlich, Associate Director, Divided Community Project and Langdon Fellow in Dispute Resolution, will lead a discussion of the lessons learned about leading during a time of crisis. The hours spent participating will count toward the Certificate in Dispute Resolution.  Students who have enrolled in Prof. Grande Lum’s spring break course may not attend, as a similar simulation will be used during that course.

The workshop, held in Drinko 349, will be limited to 16 students.

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