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Graduate School of Leadership and Change to Offer Mini-Master Classes

Antioch University’s Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) recently launched a series of innovative certificate offerings educating leaders and empowering them to make transformative changes at companies, organizations, and institutions around the world. In complement to these new certificates, GSLC’s world-renowned faculty will be facilitating three complimentary mini-master classes over the coming months.

 

Aqeel Tirmizi, PhD

The Wellbeing Equation

Drawing on the philosophical and scientific paradigms, Dr. Aqeel Tirmizi will present a synthesis of ideas that contribute to wellbeing and happiness within and outside the world of organizations. (Wednesday, June 9, 2021)

 

Donna Ladkin, PhDSteps to De-centering Whiteness

In this webinar, Dr. Donna Ladkin introduces ideas and images from literature, film, and art to examine how Whiteness as an orientation, rather than a skin color, works. (Thursday, July 8, 2021)

 

Mitch Kusy, PhD7 Top Tips of Transformative Change

Transformative change has become a benchmark at unprecedented levels for improving social and organizational systems. Instead of a “big picture” perspective, Dr. Mitch Kusy will preview the seven top actions leaders may take to engage transformative change. (Wednesday, August 4, 2021)

 

Registration for each mini-master class can be confirmed through Antioch University’s Continuing Education Department and questions can be sent directly to [email protected].

This program is sponsored by the Antioch University Graduate School of Leadership & Change. The mini-master presentations are also an opportunity to introduce and learn about the GSLC purpose-driven professional certificates.

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