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Organizational Leadership & Management Programs

What is Organizational Leadership & Management?

The Organizational Leadership and Management (OLM) program at Pacific Oaks College is based upon the theory that excellence in leadership requires knowledge, skills, and extensive self-awareness in order to create a successful organization with sustainable value. Unlike more traditional business programs, the OLM program integrates leadership theory with the development of management skills to understand how to directly impact organizational needs.

一道本不卡免费高清By developing core management and leadership skills, graduates will be prepared to become successful leaders able to effectively navigate change at organizations within various sectors while embracing cultural, political, and national diversity. Graduates will develop the capacity for critical self-reflection that enables leaders to bring respect, diversity, and individualism into organizations around the world.

Why choose an Organizational Leadership and Management degree from Pacific Oaks?

一道本不卡免费高清The Pacific Oaks Organizational Leadership and Management program has been specifically designed to help students develop into authentic leaders who can effectively align organizational goals with the public good. Self-aware, authentic leaders establish responsible and ethical relationships, value and respect each individual, and lead with passion and purpose are needed to ensure that organizations achieve goals that are aligned with the public good.

To complete the program, each OLM student develops and implements a self-directed Applied Research Project (ARP) based on personal/professional interest, real-world experience, and career goals. Each ARP culminates with a resume-building portfolio piece, essential for advancing in business, non-profit, or government sectors.

Careers in Organizational Leadership and Management

  • Leadership roles in the nonprofit, foundation, business, education, healthcare, human resources, and technology organizations.
  • Managers of Resource Development
  • Director, Organizational Development
  • Vice President
  • Department Head
  • Branch Manager
  • Training Manager
  • Assistant Manager
  • Human Resources (HR) Manager
  • Project Manager