Thursday, November 13, 2014 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Research Hall, Room 163
Join us for an engaging discussion with Dr. Unruh on mindful self-leadership. Dr. Unruh will share his experiences working with senior business leaders in dozens of executive education programs exploring the idea of "Self Leadership" and how it can help managers develop greater self awareness in their work and life.
Dr. Gregory C. Unruh, Ph.D., is the Arison Professor of Values Leadership at George Mason University and an expert on sustainable business strategy. In this engaging session, Dr. Unruh will discuss mindful self-leadership. An outspoken advocate of environmental sustainability and climate responsibility, Dr. Unruh has served as a technical reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the group that shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with former US President Al Gore. He is the creator of Carbon Lock-in theory, a line of academic research that has received thousands of citations and spurred new lines of climate policy research around the globe. Learn more about Dr. Unruh by visiting http://ncc.gmu.edu/people/gunruh.
The Center's Brown Bag Series is part of Mason’s Well-Being University initiative, dedicated to helping students, faculty, staff, and alumni build a life of vitality, purpose and resilience and ensuring Mason becomes a model well-being university where all community members are Thriving Together. To learn more about Mason’s Well-Being University initiative, visit wbu.gmu.edu.
**FREE and Open to the Public**
Hosted by Center for the Advancement of Well-Being.