With Lemuel W. Watson, Stacey Guenther, Nathan Harter, Matthew Pierlott, and Stanley Amaladas (Moderator)
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Join us for a thought-provoking webinar that challenges us to question what we often take for granted. Whether you’re an individual, educator, or leader, it’s time to dig deeper and explore the difficult questions about our identities and our relationships with others. Through engaging dialogue, the panelists will guide us on a journey to understand the true meaning of personhood and how we can honor and respect one another. Let’s embark on a path of personal and professional growth as we strive to become the best versions of ourselves and transformative leaders.
By attending this webinar, participants will gain deeper insights into the concept of personhood and its influence on our interactions with others.
The webinar will provide participants with unique tools and strategies to engage in self-reflection.
Participants will also get an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals with the chance to engage in meaningful dialogue, will offer fresh perspectives and inspire attendees to challenge their preconceived notions of personhood.
Presenters are editors and contributors to the recent book, Exploring Personhood in Contemporary Times: From Leadership to Philosophy.
Lemuel W. Watson is Professor of Leadership and Change at Antioch University Graduate School. He has written books, monographs, and articles related to research on leadership, contemplative practices, underrepresented populations, public policy, and human development. A seasoned leader whose career spans various industries, including educational, non-profit organizations, and entrepreneurship/small businesses. Watson is also a Distinguished Provost Professor and Dean Emeritus at Indiana University and the University of South Carolina. Learn more at: https://lemuelwatson.com/.
Stacey Guenther is a certified leadership coach, organizational development consultant, educator, certified mindfulness meditation teacher and contemplative scholar. She is Affiliate Faculty in George Mason University’s Organization Development and Knowledge Management Program. Learn more at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/staceyguenther/
Matthew Pierlott is an Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy at West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
(Moderator) Stan Amaladas is an Associate Professor in the Centre for Graduate Studies, Doctor of Business Administration, at Baker College. Learn more at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stan-amaladas-a1029ba6/
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