Inclusive Leadership through Sustained Dialogue UH 120 or NEW 120 Fall 2014

  • April 21st, 2014
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Sustained Dialogue Course – Fall 2014[1]

1.0 hour Pass/Fail credit

Thursdays 4:00 – 4:50 pm

In an increasingly globalized world, leaders need the skills to resolve conflict across difference. Sustained Dialogue is a five-stage dialogue-to-action model that requires participants to take the time to focus first on transforming change-blocking relationships, and then on solving problems. This course will explore the theory behind this innovative model and ultimately consider how Sustained Dialogue applies to visions for positive change at the University of Alabama.

Participants will receive an introduction to the Sustained Dialogue model and then meet in dialogue groups of the same 10 participants weekly to work through the 5 stages to address specific issues on campus.

REGISTRATION INFO: Students may register for the same course via:

• UH 120-019 (CRN 50498) Or • NEW 120-001 (CRN 50742) Non-Honors option

(Student does NOT need to be in New College to enroll in this course.)

For more information, contact:
Lane McLelland, Director,
Crossroads Community Center at or call 205-348-6930