Living Leadership

About Course

Living Leadership focuses on building positive relationships—with yourself and those around you.


Living Leadership focuses on building positive relationships—with yourself and those around you.

In this 7-week live, online course, you’ll learn to lead in an authentic way that builds stress resilience, making leading more fulfilling, meaningful, and fun. You’ll also become part of a group of self-aware, engaged people who together will create an amazing learning culture.

Who does it

Wholebeing Institute

What Will I Learn?

  • Manage your biology, minimizing destructive actions that you’ll later regret, and instead cultivate self-regulation for constructive responses in stressful situations
  • Engage pro-social emotions to forge stronger and more positive bonds with your co-workers, subordinates, and boss—and build more positivity within yourself, rather than reacting in harsh and hurtful ways
  • Practice using power positively—using it responsibly when you have it, and expanding your opportunities for impact when it’s limited
  • Stretch and grow professionally by tapping into why you lead—understanding the deeper meaning that leadership holds for you as a source of positive energy and engagement using the tools of positive psychology.

Material Includes

  • Wholebeing Institute uses state-of-the-art, user-friendly webinar technology that allows you to see the faculty via video, watch the slides during the presentation, and participate during live events through your computer or mobile device
  • Presentation materials and any necessary pre-work or homework will be emailed in advance

Target Audience

  • This course is for seasoned leaders who want to open to new perspectives of leading more authentically, with greater grace and ease. It’s for emerging managers who might feel awkward and unprepared, and want to walk into their new role with a sense of agency and curiosity
  • This course is for leaders who want to deliberately and consciously craft a culture of both personal responsibility and shared accountability, owning the fact that we all have a role to play together and separately within the organizational ecosystem

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