Autumn 2014 Session

September 15 — November 23, 2014

Application Deadline: August 29, 2014

About the Course and Certificate

The Values-Centered Leadership Certificate is a 10-week, non-credit course in leadership development. Participating from within your own context and within a supportive on-line learning community, you will explore universal values, principles, and practices to help ground and improve your leadership. Those who successfully engage in all elements of the course will receive a certificate of participation.


Best course on leadership! I have new skills, knowledge and insights.

The experience has been transformative. Thank you.

- Fall 2010 Participant

Who Will Benefit

· Individuals in private or public, for-profit or nonprofit (NGO) organizations

· Ministers, advisors, counselors, and team leaders—anyone who mentors and coordinates others

· Individuals who aspire to improve their organizations informed by mission and values

· All who believe that learning can transform when it happens from the inside-out,


Learning Requirements and Outcomes

· Take a careful look at your own strengths and areas for growth

· Explore new models and tools for creating positive relationships with others

· Improve your effectiveness in dealing with others personally and professionally

· Develop a personal action plan to identify steps toward continued leadership development.


This course was really useful to me. I was able to use the lessons of each week

and apply them in my work.

- Winter 2011 Participant


$95 individual and corporate rate. Discounts and Scholarships available. See application for details

                        Learn It, Integrate It, Lead It.

Topics Include:

· Creating a Cooperative Learning Community

· Organizational Leadership Challenges

· Contemporary Values-Based Models

· Diversity and Multi-Cultural Issues

· Growing Ethical Leaders from Inside-Out

· Making Time and Energy Work for You

· Applying Multiple Intelligences in Leadership

· Leadership Coaching: Principles and Practice

· Managing Conflicting Values

· Creating Your Leadership Action Plan

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