Leadership – Virtues, Skills, Strategies


The study of leadership is a rapidly evolving, multi-faceted field. Leadership is conceptualized as a social and cultural phenomenon, which cannot be fully understood from a single perspective. This intensive course aims to explore leadership from different lenses ranging from philosophy and culture to management and technology. What is the connection between leadership and justice? What makes a moral leader? Which are the skills and attributes required to be a successful leader, the ethical and interpersonal challenges of leading in a complex world, and the tools for leading and influencing people, ideas, and change within an organization? How technology impacts leadership? During the course, we will present and examine various leadership styles and types of leaders in the course of history. At the heart of our inquiry will be the neuralgic relationship between leader, led, and the environment that constitutes leadership.

Program Structure: The program includes daily course class sessions, smaller discussion sections, as well as field trips, excursions and activities that will allow participants to delve into Greece’s cultural heritage and contemporary society.

Venue: School of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.

Date: July 1, 2023 – July 15, 2023.

Course Format and Length: In-Person, 2 weeks, 4 hours per day.

Eligibility: Students of all disciplines and professionals from diverse sectors are encouraged to apply.

Language of instruction: English

Cost: 3,000€ 

The program fee includes:

  • Tuition
  • Accommodations (Students reside in nice hotel rooms located at the historic heart of Athens, only a few minutes walk from the Acropolis)
  • Transportations
  • Scheduled program activities/trips/excursions
  • Meals included in the program
  • Course materials
  • Miscellaneous

Accreditation: On completion of the course, each student will receive academic credits and a certificate of attendance.

Application Period: February 1, 2023 to April 15, 2023.

For more information & applications, please contact:

Mr. Antonis Mallidis at

Program Courses, Instructors and Cultural Activities:


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