Examples of the courses included in this certification are:
- EDI: The First Steps to Creating Collaborative, Innovative and Resilient Workplaces
- Introduction to Trauma Informed Leadership and Change Management in support of Workplace Wellness
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Wellbeing and Mindfulness
The Leadership Certification programming has been developed to support an individual learning journey through a self-paced, multi-medium design.
Current and future leaders can work through the courses on their own schedules and when it works best for them. Once you earn your Work Wellness Institute Leadership Certification you will receive your certificate as well as your seal to include in your e-signature and on your business card.
“Leading companies are being ever-vigilant to ensure their programs do not become another ‘check-the-box’ exercise, an issue that has plagued well-being offerings.”
– Mercer ‘Global Talent Trends 2022’ Report
Latest Release in ‘Thoughts to Inspire’ Series – Leadership: A Human Focused Art
Dr. Cameron Stockdale, Work Wellness Institute President and CEO, held a discussion on Leadership with Dr. John Paul Rollert who has taught courses at both Harvard University and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in ethics, politics and leadership.
They discuss leadership topics such as how to be aware of the impact we have on others, the importance of capacity for empathy, and effects leadership can have on the team. Dr. John Paul Rollert also brings forward his unique background of humanities, literature, philosophy, and particularly history while bringing along some of his personal heroes such as Adam Smith.
Dr. John Paul Rollert’s teaching and research focuses on the intellectual history of capitalism, the ethics of leadership, and the application of empathy to law, business, and politics.
A graduate of Harvard College, Rollert earned his JD from Yale Law School and a PhD from The John U. Nef Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago.
Dr. Rollert’s academic writing has been published by The Business and Society Review, The Journal of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Raritan, Critical Inquiry, and The Yale Law Journal.
In addition to his academic work, he frequently writes on business, politics and the law for a variety of popular publications, such as his In-House Ethicist feature column for the Chicago Booth Review, The New Republic, Harper’s, Bloomberg, The Washington Post, Slate, Fortune, and The New York Times.
Click below to watch Part 1 of this leadership discussion now and be sure to stay up to date with us for the release of Part 2 for even more topical insights, in-depth discussion and opportunities for reflection.