Mindful self-leadership development
« We keep bringing in mechanics – when what we need are gardeners. » Peter M. Senge, 1947.
We have developed and currently offer a self-leadership program at the Geneva School of Business Administration (HEG).
This program enables the students to develop self-leadership competencies and processes, as well as cultivate personal self-leadership strengths and practices through a mix of factual, conceptual, procedural, and meta-cognitive levels of knowledge, strategies, and creative applications.
The conscious cultivation of integrative self-awareness, emotional intelligence, self-regulation, and hope strengths during a semester, results in self-confidence, optimism, resilience, and self-leadership effectiveness (self-influence and self-impact), as a pathway for self-realization and psychological flourishing of the Bachelor students.