The varied curriculum of the Hoosier Fellows program reflects the breadth of leadership itself. You’ll learn from noted speakers, participate in team exercises, reflect on what you’ve learned, and keep a journal of your thoughts on leadership and your moments of trial.
You’ll be challenged to consider questions about leadership contexts, such as:
- How does the modern military teach people how to think (rather than what to think)?
- How can multinational organizations make ethical decisions that inflict the least harm?
- When is it important to give people permission to make mistakes?
- How does a leader elicit the best possible performance from people?
- Does being an entrepreneur call for a different kind of leadership?
- How can a leader effectively interact with the government?
- In the 6th century, St. Benedict originated a form of government with rules that are still followed throughout the world today. How has the leadership of one individual endured for so long?