Curriculum Example

Great Plains PHLI Curriculum

The Great Plains PHLI curriculum consists of 3 onsite Intensives and monthly distance learning webinars. Additionally, scholars participate in a Mentor/Mentee relationship, two professional coaching experiences, peer coaching pairings, and a group-based project to strengthen their leadership skills outside of the formal training setting.

The following is a example version of the yearlong curriculum.

Schedule At-A-Glance

August Orientation, Confirmation and Preparation for Kickoff
September Kickoff Session in Nebraska City, Nebraska
Foundations of Leadership
Storytelling as Best Practice
Appreciative Inquiry
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
 Oct- Feb  Intersessions (monthly webinars)


Exploring personal values, vision and mission


Cultural Humility

 December Building and Sustaining Quality Coalitions

Peer Coaching

 February Leadership 360 Assessment preparation

 March Mid Year Intensive
Challenge Course
360 Assessment: Exploring your Results
Peer Coaching Practice
5 Dysfunctions of Team
Change Style Indicator Assessment
Breakfast with Champions

 April - August Intersessions
 April Inner Roles of Teams, 360 Wrap-up
 May  Management vs. Leadership

Emotional Intelligence

Addressing Social Justice at the Organizational Level

 August Public Health Futures and Forecasting
 September Graduation Intensive
Appreciative Inquiry, Revisited
Communicating with the Media
Tying it All Together: Bringing the Learning Home
Graduation Lunch
Alumni Speaker Event