To support the impressive scholarship, teaching and programming on leadership happening across NYU, the Leadership Initiative is convening faculty, administrators and students most interested in leadership through Communities of Practice.
In partnership with NYU Wagner's Research Center for Leadership in Action, the Leadership Initiative is hosting an interdisciplinary Community of Practice for faculty members whose research, teaching or service focuses on leadership and intersecting issues such as education, civic engagement and ethics in business.
Faculty participating in this community of practice will serve as advisors to the Initiative while supporting scholarly work on leadership across the University.
NYU administrators and program staff provide a rich array of leadership development programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. This Community of Practice will offer a chance to connect with each other for mutual learning and development and find ways to align current and future programming.
Our working definition for a Community of Practice, or Learning Community, is “a group of people sharing a common concern or question or working in similar or related areas, who deepen their knowledge and experience on a given topic by learning together on an ongoing basis as they pursue their work.”
This definition is based on work from NYU Wagner’s Research Center for Leadership in Action, the research partner to the Initiative. To learn more about Learning Communities, please see this report RCLA published with Grantmakers for Effective Organizations.
Faculty and administrators who would like to learn more and participate should email us at email@example.com. Thank you.