About Our Leadership Certificate Programs

About Our Leadership Certificate Programs

The Center for the Advancement of Well-Being’s Leading to Well-Being programs offer a distinctive well-being approach to leadership training that gets powerful results. Our programs combine the knowledge of George Mason University faculty with the expertise of global business leaders and thought leaders from fields such as coaching, organizational development, and well-being. Leaders who emerge from our programs become agents of positive change that can transform entire organizations by inspiring confidence, building high-performing teams, and enhancing employee engagement.

We are currently enrolling for:

* The Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being program

Cohort 11: September 2021 to January 2022 (the application deadline is July 15, 2021)

Live Virtual Format

* The Leading Thriving Organizations program

September 2021 to October 2021

Live Virtual Format

* Customized programs

To discuss customizing a leadership program for your organization, please contact our center at: lead2wb@gmu.edu or 703-993-6090.

Students leave our programs with:

  • Greater resilience in the face of complexity
  • Practical skills
  • Firm grounding in research
  • A clear sense of self-awareness
  • Ready to contribute at a new level of knowledge and perspective
  • A deeper sense of purpose and vision

Our distinctive approach:

  • Short, intensive courses that focus on an individual's distinctive strengths and how to apply them to solve organizational challenges
  • Individual coaching and ongoing leadership development
  • Continued connections with participants after they're back on the job to refresh their skills and keep them energized
  • Programs tailored to different levels of management, with a specialty in training entry- and mid-level professionals who aspire to senior leadership positions

We offer a variety of Leading to Well-Being programs to meet your specific organizational needs and empower leaders at every level in your workplace.

To learn more, please contact our center at: lead2wb@gmu.edu or 703-993-6090.

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