Become a certified humanistic leadership professional. This 16 hour online program will help you develop into a more authentic and effective leader who is both powerfully ethical and armed with the technical skills required to master whatever challenges you face with grace and dignity.
Learn how to combine humility, compassion and personal responsibility into an effective communication strategy so you can focus on collaboration instead of combat.
The program will provide a grounding in the humanist philosophy and apply it to various aspects of leadership, from how to think strategically, to how to more effectively manage and lead people.
This 1 hour course will help you learn how to use behavioral science to respond to conflict and other interpersonal problems in a way that will actually fix the problem. It will help you learn how to stand your ground while still being compassionate and avoid getting drawn into other people’s drama.
In this program author and Humanist Jennifer Hancock will discuss recent research on how ideas are formed and changed to help you understand why and how to yield to your opponent and how to turn the conversation around using Socratic questioning techniques to frame the underlying moral debate to your advantage. If you want to learn how to win arguments without arguing – take this course!
In this session we will discuss the research that has been done on generational differences and consider how we might use the knowledge to help us create more effective communication strategies. At the core of this approach is a humanistic respect for the dignity and worth of each human in your company.
Reuel Khoza, African Humanist and business man, argues that “the philosophical traditions of Africa offer an important contribution to the theory and practice of leadership in the world today.
The effectiveness of your leadership is, to a very large extent, determined by the way you converse, ask questions and interact with your staff. How can people friendly values can be put into the practice of how we create both a humanistic and a profitable organization?