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Free Course: An Introduction to Public Leadership

Updated Wednesday 17th August 2016

Do you want to gain some fantastic resources to help aid your understanding of leadership in the public service? OpenLearn has a range of courses, articles and more to give you a real flavour for the subject.

Diverse Multiethnic People with Different Jobs Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: © Rawpixelimages | Dreamstime.com - Diverse Multiethnic People with Different Jobs Leadership has been studied for centuries, although its examination in modern times has largely focused on the work of senior executives in private sector, profit-making organizations. If you're interested in leadership look no further than OpenLearn where we have produced a range of material to help develop your understanding of leading.

Whether you're taking this free course on FutureLearn or would like to view a variety of related content on OpenLearn, we've collated a range of academic articles, videos, podcasts and relevant free courses to support your learning and give you a wider perspective on this fascinating subject.

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