Positive Leadership Certificate Program

Dr. Steve Gladis and Dr. Beth Cabrera
Dr. Steve Gladis and Dr. Beth Cabrera

Overview

Learn positive leadership skills and strategies for boosting team performance and enhancing personal and professional well-being in our Positive Leadership Certificate Program.

The next cohort takes place in October and November 2018. Learn more and register here.

The program focuses on helping leaders develop a more positive mindset to achieve personal and organizational goals. A positive leader is more self-confident, optimistic, and resilient. This positivity results in a more creative, energetic, and productive workforce.

There’s plenty of evidence that positive leaders make a big difference in government agencies, corporations, and other community organizations. Positive leaders create an atmosphere that produces lower turnover, higher productivity, greater satisfaction, and a host of desirable bottom-line outcomes.

Each seminar is four hours long and consists of lecture, demonstration, personal assessments, and experiential learning.

The Positive Leadership Certificate Program leverages the talents of two George Mason University faculty members, Dr. Steve Gladis and Dr. Beth Cabrera – both of whom will bring their academic and real-world experience to focus on leadership with a special emphasis on positivity:

STEVE GLADIS, PH.D.
Writer, Speaker, Researcher, and Executive Coach. Steve teaches leadership development courses based on his more than 20 popular books and numerous articles about leadership. A former F.B.I. special agent and U.S. Marine Corps officer, he also coaches CEOs, executives, and their teams.

BETH CABRERA, PH.D.
Writer, Speaker, and Researcher. Beth teaches strategies that enhance the success and well-being of leaders and their organizations. She has designed and delivered leadership programs for executives across industries worldwide.

Group discounts and Mason alumni discounts available.

HR professionals can earn recertification PDCs for their SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential by participating in this program.

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Contact us at: lead2wb@gmu.edu or 703-993-6090.

 

 

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