resources as CJP
- Dr. David Brubaker; personnel page
- MA in Conflict Transformation; with a concentration in ‘Organizational Leadership & Peacebuilding’
- Graduate Certificate in Conflict Transformation; with focus on organizational leadership
- Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship
- Summer Peacebuilding Institute; 5-7 day courses in organizational leadership for academic credit or professional development
Welcome to EMU’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding’s organizational leadership website. A concentration in organizational leadership equips students with the concepts and skills to lead complex organizations in turbulent environments. We encourage you to visit the pages of our other peacebuilding concentrations to explore the unique integrated model that we offer at CJP.
Dr. David Brubaker, Associate Professor of Organizational Studies,
What is organizational leadership?
Organizational leadership equips people with the concepts and tools needed to lead healthy organizations, to be agents of change within their organizations, and to transform conflict.
Organizational leadership courses at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) provide a unique opportunity to study with leaders in for-profit, not-for-profit, NGO, and governmental organizations from the U.S. and over 50 countries. CJP can help you to lead with ethics and values that support your clients, customers, and employees, transform conflict and lead effective change, manage a financially solvent organization, and contribute to a vibrant, peaceful, and healthy community.
What is the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding?
The Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) was one of the first programs at a North American university to offer an M.A. in the conflict and peacebuilding field and is regarded as one of the best peacebuilding programs in the world. CJP offers graduate studies as well as many professional development opportunities.