Many professionals thriving in a variety of fields have begun to draw key differences between managers and leaders: Managers manage resources and processes, and leaders lead people.
Here at Silver Lake College, we made the decision to change the title of our master’s program from Management and Organizational Development to Leadership and Organizational Development (LOD), because we want to align our program with the kind of objectives that professionals wishing to advance in leadership roles find valuable.
We've created this eBook to educate you on the growing field of leadership and organizational development — A Guide to Getting Your Master’s in Leadership and Organizational Development.
This guide will:
- Provide an overview of the leadership and organizational development fields
- Describe who will most benefit from this specialized degree
- List career opportunities and job projections for graduates of an advanced LOD program
- Describe Silver Lake College’s new Leadership and Organizational Development program
In short, this guide will walk you through the steps you need to understand in order to make an informed decision regarding enrolling in SLC’s Leadership and Organizational Development Program.