Leadership Programs

E-mail: lsinfo@gmu.edu

Phone: 703-993-2109

Fax: 703-993-2121

Advanced Coaching
This program is a six-month, cohort-based program that offers training in a cutting edge-toolbox of innovative coaching methods and transformative mindfulness practices that deepens self-awareness, coaching presence, and coaching ability toward greater levels of individual and organizational well-being. Developed by George Mason University's Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, the program is designed specifically for coaches who have already completed ICF-accredited training or certification (or the equivalent).
Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being
Created and developed by the Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence, the Professional Certificate in Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being is designed specifically for business professionals striving for positive change in team and organizational culture. Greater organizational well-being results in higher levels of employee engagement, increased productivity, and reduced healthcare costs. Leadership coaching is a powerful framework used to engage employees and their organizations to reach optimal results. Coaching ignites well-being in individuals, teams, and organizations by enabling leaders to uncover potential that might otherwise go untapped.
Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being
The Leadership: Inventing the Future Program prepares organizations for the future by giving participants the tools and the power for action. Organizations often stagnate but with this program, leadership teams are able to develop and sustain a competitive edge.
Positive Leadership
The Positive Leadership Certificate Program leverages the talents of two George Mason faculty members, Dr. Beth Cabrera and Dr. Steve Gladis– both of whom will bring their academic and real-world experience to focus on leadership with a special emphasis on positivity. Each seminar is four hours long and consists of lecture, demonstration, personal assessments, and experiential learning.

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