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Leading to Well-Being Conference

Feb 26, 2016 04:05PM
Now in its seventh year, George Mason University’s Leading to Well-Being Conference gathers the nation’s top holistically focused leaders for a day of deep and substantial learning, April 14 to 15 in Falls Church.

The keynote speakers and presenters strive to create meaningful and lasting culture shifts that move lives to greater levels of thriving. The conference features notable scholars, industry leaders, and practitioners addressing innovations in well-being and positive direction.

This year’s keynote speakers and presenters include Dr. Dan Siegel, Dr. Annie McKee, Dr. David Cooperrider, Dr. Richard Strozzi-Heckler and many more. Optional half-day intensives include sessions with the Chopra Center, HeartMath Institute and the Strozzi Institute.

Join like-minded individuals as they dive into this year’s theme, Cultivating Resilience, to learn about prospering during times of challenge and uncertainty. Together, they will address key questions such as: How do we prosper in challenging circumstances? What role does resilience have in human flourishing, leadership and organizational prosperity? How can individuals and organizations recover from setbacks in ways that propel them forward and strengthen them?             The Leading to Well-Being Conference seeks to empower and inspire. Cultivating and leading with resilience starts with the individual and then engages others in the exploration of meaning, purpose, positive relationships and increasing our capacity to thrive.

Location: Fairview Park Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church. To learn more or register, visit LeadingToWellbeing.GMU.edu.

 

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