“Where there is no vision, the people perish…” -Proverbs 29:18
Social entrepreneurs want to make a difference in the world, but they must paint an exciting vision for the future to align others with their goals. One of the first steps in establishing a vision (i.e., a Point B) is determining one’s current “situatedness” (i.e., Point A).
Toward this end, Module 1 aims to provide learners with increased self-awareness, a deeper understanding of others, an improved ability to provide feedback to others, and the space to develop, support and articulate their unique, specific vision for improving the world.
Simply put, Module 1 hones learners’ grasp of the intersections between who they are, their spiritual journeys, why they care, how they need to develop, and what social entrepreneurship venture they wish to pursue.
Module Fee: $1000
Payment Plan Available
- Understand the ancient wisdom behind contemporary organizational ethics, and articulate one’s own ethical mile posts.
- Understand what makes people feel like they are welcome and valued in organizations, and how to make it happen.
- Critically analyze the sense of being the “other.”
- Provide an actionable plan to mindfully apply the learning of this module in your personal and professional life.
The ancient and/or sacred wisdom behind contemporary organizational and societal issues
Articulate and engage in dialogue about one’s own spiritual journey
What makes people feel like they are welcome and valued by organizations and understand, concretely, and what they can do as leaders to infuse this
Critical analysis of the sense of being the “other” so as to properly serve society
Creating a personalized action plan to mindfully apply one’s learning from this module in subsequent modules
and in their personal and professional lives
How to tell the story of one’s social entrepreneurship idea in a clear and convincing manner
AWI 300 – Applied Wisdom: Ethical and Inclusive Leadership Development
24 Contact Hours are available to Pastors, Pastor Counselor, Nurses, and Chaplains whose certifying agencies or organizations require CE hours. To determine whether or not your seminar qualifies for CEUs, please consult with your certifying body.
California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE credits for license renewal by LCSWs, LEPs, LPCCs, and MFTs for programs from CE approved sponsors.
LCSWs and MFTs from states other than California need to check with their state licensing board for approval. California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. CA Emergency Medical Services for EMTs and Paramedics. For questions about these CE accreditations email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Module participants meet over the Internet using a browser-based conferencing system.
In-Person Intensive: JAN 29 – JAN 31 2019
Online: FEB 4 – APR 30 2019
Cohort collaboratively chooses class times during first meeting.
First meeting: Friday 1:00 p PST
Intensives are delivered in-person at the beginning of each Spirituality and Entrepreneurship module.
Modules are delivered online through the Zoom conferencing system. Meetings are live / synchronous. All participants are visible to each other and engage in conversations through the system.
Ready to Lead With Purpose
Supported in conversation with people from all walks of life, each person who passes through the Applied Wisdom Institute learns how to connect, engage and restore the person who needs the unique support that they alone provide. Take this Module in Ethical and Inclusive Leadership Development, and clearly identify and describe what purposeful change you will make to improve the world around you.