DPO FGSN “Leadership for development and assistance”
Department of General History Announces recruitment for the program of additional vocational education "Leadership for development and assistance"
The course is intended for people with higher, secondary special education, as well as those who receive higher education who plan to use their knowledge in the field of theory and practice of leadership psychology, effectively influence groups of people, target audiences and an individual. The course's problems also have practical significance for historians, political scientists, sociologists, journalists, culturologists, teachers, heads of organizations.
In the process of training, students will get acquainted with the theory and practice of leadership psychology, will thoroughly study the leadership experience of outstanding personalities (politicians, businessmen, cultural figures) who have forever entered their names in world history. Innovative teaching methods and the use of interactive forms of conducting classes contribute to the maximum assimilation of the material, the formation of knowledge, skills and their effective use in professional activities and daily life.
On the issues of recording and receiving more detailed information, contact the Cabinet 508 (Department of General History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences). Address: Moscow, st. Miklukho-Maklaya, 10/2
Contact person: Ph.D., senior lecturer Safonov Alexander Stepanovich.
Contact telephones: (495) 787-38-03 ext. 13-73; Mob. 8 916 340 79 06
El. Mail: email@example.com, safonov-as@RUDN.ru
The cost of training is 7800 rubles. There is a flexible system of discounts.
The beginning of classes is after the formation of the group. Day and time - in agreement with the audience. The number of seats is strictly limited.
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