Augsburg University is expanding its offerings to support leaders to fully engage in meaningful work. Through a new continuing education course, leaders can learn to reflect deeply on their own values in relation to their actions.
The Reell Office of Seeing Things Whole, in collaboration with Augsburg University’s Center for Adult and Continuing Education, is thrilled to offer its first online course: “Foundations for Whole Leadership.”
Foundations for Whole Leadership explores the leadership framework Seeing Things Whole which cultivates whole leaders and thriving organizations to positively impact the common good. In this self-paced course, participants will grow their understanding of Servant Leadership, explore Seeing Things Whole’s Threefold Model of Individual Life, and apply the model to a personal leadership goal. Through deep reflection and real-life application of the model, individuals will walk away with a framework for tackling individual challenges in life and at work.
“We’re delighted to be launching Foundations for Whole Leadership to support leaders navigating today’s challenges,” says program director, Keri Clifton. “This course is our first online offering seeking to support leaders who want to find meaning in their work.” Through this self-paced online offering, leaders can learn at their own pace and gain new perspectives about themselves and those around them.
This is the first offering in a Whole Leadership Development Series with future courses currently under development. The Reell Office of Seeing Things Whole also hosts Whole Leader Roundtables monthly which allow leaders the opportunity to network and provide insight to each other’s challenges.
For more information, connect with Seeing Things Whole’s Program Director Keri Clifton.