Positive Leadership

Designed for leaders who want to take that next step, reflect on their leadership style, and be inspired to set stretch goals.

A virtual workshop hosted by the University for Peace - established by the UN General Assembly

Positive Leadership

Designed for leaders who want to take that next step, reflect on their leadership style, and be inspired to set stretch goals.

A virtual workshop hosted by the University for Peace - established by the UN General Assembly

February 15th - March 21st, 2024

Every Thursday, 11 am–1 pm Eastern Time (New York)

A certificate from the University for Peace, established by the UN General Assembly

ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE

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What skills will you get?

What skills will you get?

The ability to use strengths-based leadership to bring out the best in your team or sphere of influence

An understanding of your unique strengths and how to maximize them in both your professional and personal life

Strategies to cultivate appreciation, positivity and empathy for yourself and others

What benefits will you get?

What benefits will you get?

An engaging, dynamic experience that replicates the interaction of face-to-face sessions

Deep relationships with a tight-knit, international network of alumni

A certificate from the Centre for Executive Education within the United Nations established University for Peace.

Live virtual courses are synchronous sessions that take place on Zoom.

Attendance once a week to a live virtual session is mandatory.

Live virtual courses are synchronous sessions that take place on zoom.

Attendance once a week to a live virtual session is mandatory.

Interactive sessions and compelling content

This course starts on Thursday, February 15th, 2024, and ends on March 21st. This is a 6-week course. We meet every Thursday at 11 am Eastern Time (New York) for two hours. The live virtual session, once a week, is mandatory.

Interactive sessions and compelling content

This course starts on Thursday, February 15th 2024, and ends on March 21st. This is a 6-week course. We meet every Thursday at 11 am Eastern Time (New York) for two hours. The live virtual session, once a week, is mandatory.

week 01 Introduction and Overview of Leadership PERMA Model of Well-being

week 02 Appreciative Inquiry and Strengths-Based Leadership

week 03 Identifying your ‘Why’? Conflict Styles and Relationships

week 04 Teams and Psychological Safety - Managing Energy not Time

week 05 Appreciative Inquiry Interview

week 06 Measuring Success - Your Personal Leadership Plan & Wrap-up

Does the live virtual time not work for you?

Get in touch so we can try to accommodate your time zone next time.

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Does the live virtual time not work for you?

Get in touch so we can try to accommodate your time zone next time.

How much does it cost?

How much does it cost?

We offer flexible payment plans should it be helpful. Get in touch!

The course cost is

$895

Enroll with a friend a receive a 10% discount!

100% of participants were satisfied with the course materials

92.8% of participants were satisfied with the live sessions by the facilitator

93% of participants felt that the learning outcomes were achieved

Meet the Facilitators!

Reshma Khan

Reshma Aziz Khan is a Kenyan of Indian origin who was born and grew up in Nairobi. She did her undergraduate degree in Calgary, Canada. Over the past decade, Reshma has worked in development and humanitarian aid in many roles, including communications, leadership, strategy, and culture, and has led leadership and strategy workshops globally. More recently, Reshma has been actively involved in inclusion work to ensure that large non-profits think and act on issues of race, diversity, gender equality, and other divisive factors.

In 2020, Reshma set up her own leadership coaching and consultancy company K’enso Consulting, and collaborates with social impact leaders globally to work towards a more just world where it doesn’t matter what color, religion, or gender anyone is. In her own life, positive thought has transformed her life and her purpose, and as a facilitator and guide, she hopes to support people looking to change the world to lean into their own positive potential by offering a space for reflective learning, experimentation, and inclusive dialogue. Reshma normally does the first iteration of this course in February or March.

Arthur Sherwood is the David Cole Professor of Entrepreneurship and Director of WWU’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Programs. He teaches and researches human-centered entrepreneurship and innovation education with a focus on well-being and coaching promoting flourishing practices for lifelong changemaking. He is an experienced entrepreneur and certified executive coach and is actively engaged as co-founder of Reimagine by Design, LLC, and member-owner of Columinate, a cooperatively owned consulting business.

Arthur normally facilitates the second iteration of the live virtual Positive Leadership course in September or October.

Reshma Khan

Reshma Aziz Khan is a Kenyan of Indian origin who was born and grew up in Nairobi. She did her undergraduate degree in Calgary, Canada. Over the past decade, Reshma has worked in development and humanitarian aid in many roles, including communications, leadership, strategy, and culture, and has led leadership and strategy workshops globally. More recently, Reshma has been actively involved in inclusion work to ensure that large non-profits think and act on issues of race, diversity, gender equality, and other divisive factors.

In 2020, Reshma set up her own leadership coaching and consultancy company K’enso Consulting, and collaborates with social impact leaders globally to work towards a more just world where it doesn’t matter what color, religion, or gender anyone is. In her own life, positive thought has transformed her life and her purpose, and as a facilitator and guide, she hopes to support people looking to change the world to lean into their own positive potential by offering a space for reflective learning, experimentation, and inclusive dialogue. Reshma normally does the first iteration of this course in February or March.

Arthur Sherwood is the David Cole Professor of Entrepreneurship and Director of WWU’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Programs. He teaches and researches human-centered entrepreneurship and innovation education with a focus on well-being and coaching promoting flourishing practices for lifelong changemaking. He is an experienced entrepreneur and certified executive coach and is actively engaged as co-founder of Reimagine by Design, LLC, and member-owner of Columinate, a cooperatively owned consulting business.

Arthur normally facilitates the second iteration of the live virtual Positive Leadership course in September or October.

The University for Peace, an institution established by the UN General Assembly

The world looks to the United Nations for solutions to complex problems everywhere; from ending conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. As a UN-established institution, the University for Peace works tirelessly to contribute to world peace and progress. Our professional development programs give you the skills to have positive impact on this world, contributing directly to this mission.

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