New MAPS Courses Allow Leaders to Challenge Uncertainty Through Preparation

number 6 on globeManagement Advancement for the Public Service (MAPS) has existed for 50 years, training thousands of public and non-profit leaders to become better leaders.

Based on the founding principle that good leaders never stop learning, MAPS courses have evolved in 2020 to continue bringing relevant and needed education to public service professionals. Courses, now offered online until in-person sessions are safe for students and instructors have been updated to include important topics like:
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Budgeting During Times of Crisis
  • Communication During Uncertainty
  • and much more
Greg Moody, interim executive director of the State of Ohio Leadership Institute, has managed the MAPS updates, recruiting a new cohort of expert instructors and curating courses relevant for today's leaders. “Our wide range of MAPS courses address the current challenges facing public and nonprofit organizations. Participants learn from each other, from expert instructors, and from relevant, real-life scenarios. MAPS allows us to train over 1,400 public servants annually, provide them with new skills, and help them continue to passionately serve their communities.”

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