Center for the Advancement of Well-Being
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences

April 8, 2011: Leading to Well-Being Conference

 

20 Top Scholars and Global Leaders Converge on George Mason University to Advance Principles, Practices, and Philosophies on Leading to Well-Being

Our world and our societies are calling for new ways of thinking about and practicing leadership -- processes that are generative, engaging, inclusive, nimble, authentic, mindful, and result in human flourishing. The Leading to Well-Being Conference, co-presented by the Center for Consciousness and Transformation and MasonLeads at George Mason University, includes notable scholars and industry leaders addressing innovations in leadership and well-being. The concept of Leading to Well-Being starts with the individual and then engages others in the exploration of meaning, purpose, positive relationships, and accomplishment. The April 8th conference format facilitates the engagement and expertise of all participants and facilitators.

At this conference you will hear from notable authors, scholars, and practitioners on the latest research and applications on leadership and positive psychology. Sponsored by George Mason University's Center for Consciousness and Transformation and MasonLeads, this program is open to everyone on and off-campus. 

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