Title: The Systems We Live In: Where We Are, How We Got Here & What’s Next
About: Our societal context has evolved such that issues, once possible for some to ignore, are now at the forefront of society. Alongside an increased recognition of racial, socio-economic, and other inequities comes an ennui of isolation, loneliness and feelings of helplessness. We are met by personal and civic challenges daily that threaten to overwhelm our already overwhelmed mental and emotional resources. The priorities and research areas of Social Innovation & Leadership; systemic critiques, personal values, emotional intelligence, managing change and others are critical components for unearthing new approaches to address society’s most pressing concerns. Graduate students who attend these sessions will be inspired to move from theory to praxis, applying this learning daily as leaders and change agents who reconfigure today to create a better tomorrow for us all.
All seminars use principles of affective and peer-to-peer learning.
Please note: This is a series of three sequential seminars. See seminar dates and link to register below!