Cultivating Resilience: Mason to Host Well-Being Conference and Early-Bird Registration Open

Cultivating Resilience: Mason to Host Well-Being Conference and Early-Bird Registration Open
Leading to Well-Being Conference: "Cultivating Resilience" (April 14-15, 2016)

The Center for the Advancement of Well-Being is thrilled to announce that Early-Bird Registration is now open for the 2016 Leading to Well-Being: Cultivating Resilience Conference. Now in its seventh year, this conference gathers the nation’s top experts in organizational leadership for deep and substantial learning.

Widely regarded as the region’s top conference on the intersection of leadership and well-being, our keynote speakers and presenters consult with the country’s top companies, CEOs, organizations and agencies to create meaningful and lasting culture shifts that move them to greater levels of thriving.

This year’s keynote speakers are:

For those looking to further their learning with some of the most sought-after experts on organizational well-being, we have expanded our optional Thursday Pre-Conference Intensives to include half-day sessions with:

  • Dr. Rollin McCraty with the HeartMath Institute
  • Dr. David L. Cooperrider on Appreciative Inquiry
  • Dr. Richard Strozzi-Heckler of the Strozzi Institute on Somatic Leadership
  • The Chopra Center with Manjula Nadarajah and Dr. Gregory C. Unruh on Mindfulness and Resilience

Join us as we dive into this year’s theme, Cultivating Resilience, to learn about prospering during times of great challenge and uncertainty as a leader, employee, organization, or individual.

There are a limited number of Mason employee, full-time graduate, and undergraduate student tickets available.  Space for the special Thursday Pre-Conference Intensives is limited – we encourage you to register early.

As a special incentive and insupport of Mason’s well-being university initiative, we are offering an extra $25 off of the Mason Employee rate for the Friday conference for those who register by 11:59pm on Friday, December 4th!

Learn more and register soon.