Bridging the Inequality Gap

ABOUT THIS COURSE

  • Privilege is a hidden form of prejudice that has been largely ignored. Privilege shields us from people who are less fortunate than we are, and don’t have access to the things we take for granted.It’s important to look at how our own privilege affects others around us and work on eliminating systems where inequality thrives.At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
    • Increase influence with others
    • Find meaning in relationships
    • Become a relationship-based leader
    • Empower others as you lead
    • Lift others up

SESSIONS

  1. The Inequality Gap
  2. Bridging Inequality Through Relational Leadership
  3. Bridging Inequality Through Empowerment
  4. Bridging Inequality by Giving Hope
  5. You can Lift Others with Your Life

5

Sessions

61

Minutes

Dr Tan Lai Yong
Associate Professor, NUS

Assoc Prof Tan Lai Yong is a medical doctor by training. He graduated from NUS in 1985. In 1996, he and his family relocated to Yunnan, China, where he was involved in poverty alleviation, community development, and training of village health workers. On returning, Dr Tan was awarded a scholarship to do the Masters in Public Admin at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He has also led about 10 NUS STEER trips to places like Botswana, China, India, and Myanmar.

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Dr Tan Lai Yong
Associate Professor, NUS

5

Sessions

61

Minutes

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Privilege is a hidden form of prejudice that has been largely ignored. Privilege shields us from people who are less fortunate than we are, and don’t have access to the things we take for granted.

It’s important to look at how our own privilege affects others around us and work on eliminating systems where inequality thrives.

At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

    • Increase influence with others
    • Find meaning in relationships
    • Become a relationship-based leader
    • Empower others as you lead
    • Lift others up

SESSIONS

  1. The Inequality Gap
  2. Bridging Inequality Through Relational Leadership
  3. Bridging Inequality Through Empowerment
  4. Bridging Inequality by Giving Hope
  5. You can Lift Others with Your Life

ABOUT THE COURSE MASTER

Dr Tan Lai Yong
Associate Professor, NUS

Assoc Prof Tan Lai Yong is a medical doctor by training. He graduated from NUS in 1985. In 1996, he and his family relocated to Yunnan, China, where he was involved in poverty alleviation, community development, and training of village health workers. On returning, Dr Tan was awarded a scholarship to do the Masters in Public Admin at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He has also led about 10 NUS STEER trips to places like Botswana, China, India, and Myanmar.

(*Billed annually)