Upcoming Trainings in Reconciliation Leadership
The Institute for Global Leadership is providing a new leadership and development certificate training program called ?Reconciliation Leadership.? Reconciliation Leadership arises from the leader?s vocational calling, skill building and a philosophy of life to be at peace in oneself and be of service to others. The Program purpose is to activate the best of our humanity and reconcile the leadership crises of communities, institutions, nations and global entities for the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World (2001-2010).
The Reconciliation Leadership? Certificate Program has two parts:
? The Basic Program with Five Modules (offered now at the United Nations and at Clark University, Worcester)
Module 1: The Practice of Reconciliation Leadership? (19-21 April 2004, United Nations or 23-25 April at Clark University, Worcester, MA)
Module 2: Writing a Mission Statement for the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World (2001-2010)
Module 3: Reconciliation of Polarities (26-28 March 2004 and Summer 2004 TBA)
Module 4 Work, Purpose, Place and Peace (May 7-9, 2004, St. James Retreat Center, Tiverton, RI)
Module 5: Designing and Implementing Interventions for Community, Institutional and Global Change (28 June - 2 July 2004, United Nations)
Module 5: Practicum.
? The Advanced Program with Eight Modules (to be offered Fall 2005)
The Basic Reconciliation Leadership? Certificate Faculty
? Ambassador Anwarul Karim Chowdhury, Under Secretary-General and High Representative, Least Developed Countries, Small Island States and Landlocked Countries. Ambassador Chowdhury is the initiator at the United Nations of the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World (2001-201)
? Michael Collins, MA, Co-Founder and Co-Director, Community Resource and Renewal Center, Portsmouth, RI and Former Consultant to the European Union; Co-Founder, Excelsis Foundation
? Virginia Swain, MA, CPHC, Founder and Director, The Institute for Global Leadership and President, The Center for Global Community and World Law. Founder of Reconciliation Leadership? and the Global Mediation and Reconciliation Service?
? Barbara Wheeler, RN, MA, CPHC, Founder and Co-Director, Community Resource and Renewal Center, Portsmouth, RI, Co-Founder, Excelsis Foundation
For tuition and to apply, contact:
Virginia Swain, Director, The Institute for Global Leadership
Box 20044, Worcester, MA 01602
508-753-4172, ext 3 (Tel)
www.global-leader.org - Click on Consultation and Training for Leaders Committed to a Just, Sustainable, Intercultural and Multiethnic Peace.
*All modules except the Practicum may be taken individually without being part of the Certificate Program (for individual module costs, go to www.global-leader.org, click on upcoming). Please note Part Three of Module One and Module Five are offered individually. Part One of Module One, Two, Three and Four are interactive in a group setting.
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