Polarity Thinking Virtual Open House on September 17

Polarity Thinking Virtual Open House on September 17

Join us on Thursday September 17 from 12 noon to 12:45 p.m. for a virtual open house to learn more about our Polarity Thinking program and its tools.

Polarities are interdependent forces that create tension in complex situations. This certification helps you see how "both/and” Polarity Thinking helps create leverage for the complex and critical challenges that all leaders, teams, and organizational systems face. Two sections of Polarity Thinking, which each feature live virtual instruction, are open for Fall 2020 enrollment.

"Learning and using the principles of polarities can strengthen well-being for leaders, teams, and organizational systems," said Polarity Thinking Instructor Cliff Kayser. "The many different dimensions of effective leadership – from communication to change management – all include polarities. You can learn one approach through this program and it can apply across the board to whatever decisions you face as a leader. Polarity Thinking has versatility and scalability and measurability to it that you can use in any situation.”

Learn more during our open house with Barry Johnson (Founding Partner, Polarity Partnerships, Chairman and Creator, Polarity Map® and Principles, and Author, And: Making a Difference by Leveraging Polarity, Paradox or Dilemma), Cliff Kayser (Vice President, Coaching Program, Dean, Mastery Program, Polarity Partnerships, and Instructor, Polarity Thinking), and Melissa Schreibstein (Mason’s Director of Well-Being Programs)! Drop in anytime for an informal discussion. Learn what polarities are and how managing them well can optimize success for leaders. Get your questions answered about our fall Polarity Thinking program. No registration required. We look forward to talking with you!

Join us for the virtual open house:

Thursday September 17 from 12 noon to 12:45 p.m.

Join by Zoom:

https://bit.ly/2CubaKJ

Meeting ID: 980 5477 4408

Password: 514991

Join by Phone:

Dial-in#:  301-715-8592

Meeting ID: 980 5477 4408

Password: 514991