George Mason University: Leveraging the Power of Polarity Thinking George Mason University Fairfax & Arlington VA campuses

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When:
May 20, 2019 @ 8:30 am – May 29, 2020 @ 12:30 pm
Cost:
$2,295.00 for 2019 Cohorts & $3,295.00 for 2020 Cohorts
Contact:
Mary Horner
703-993-6090
Where:
George Mason University Fairfax & Arlington VA campuses
4400 University Dr. Johnson Center Bistro
Fairfax VA 22030
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Event Start Date: Monday, May 20, 2019 – 8:30 AM

Event End Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2020 – 12:30 PM

Event Description:

This dynamic program, Leveraging the Power of Polarity Thinking, will equip you to deal successfully with polarities — opposing forces that create tension in complex situations. You will earn a certification in PACTTM (Polarity Approach for Continuity And Transformation) Foundations and Professional Applications through this program. Leveraging the Power of Polarity Thinking is a partnership program from Mason’s Center for the Advancement of Well-Being and Polarity Partnerships, the source of this powerful leadership theory.

• Two and a half days of intensive, hands-on, interactive learning
• Free access to the Polarity Resource Portal for one year — create your own personal polarity map library, use polarity map templates, view foundational videos and tutorials, review case studies and articles, and utilize assessment tools
• Receive free the e-book AND, How to Leverage Polarity/Paradox/Dilemma by Barry Johnson, Ph.D., the thought leader and creator of The Polarity Map® and Polarity ThinkingTM principles
• Learn transformative new skills to enhance your career
• Receive one-on-one shadow coaching for an action learning project

There are three Cohorts currently scheduled:

Cohort 1-5/20/19-5/22/19- Fairfax VA Campus
Cohort 2-10/28/19-10/30/19-Arlington VA Campus
Cohort 3-5/27/20-5/29/20-Fairfax VA Campus

**All Cohorts are 2.5 days and run from 8:30am-5:00pm for the first 2 days and 8:30am-12:30pm on the last day.

Event Details:  Polarities Flyer Finalv2.pdf

Number of Core Competency (CC) credits: 14

Number of Resource Development (RD) credits: 13