The course presents the Christian perspective on what it means to be human. Attention will be given to the transformative process and how Jesus transforms our lives. Consideration will be given to how our human lives are shaped by religion, grace and sin by looking at moments of sin, conversion and grace alongside the human realities of finitude, freedom, relationships, autonomy, growth and history.
Dates: January 21, February 11 & 25, March 17 & 31, 2012
Day/Time: Saturdays / 9:00am – 4:00pm
Location: SMC Music Room
This course leads the students to enhance their ability for self-reflection towards a more integrated philosophy of leadership, and a more transcendent perspective on how they and others in organizational contexts create meaning. Implied in the above positively-stated competencies is awareness of barriers to their attainment: dysfunction thinking, rigidity in leadership approaches, and segmentalism in organizational decision making and behavior.