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  • World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015

    The 2015 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa July 6-10. David Cooperrider, PhD, is the honorary chair for this year's conference.
  • The future looks bright

    In the last week of June, the world's leading researchers came together with a passionate coalition of practitioners and professionals from all types of businesses in Disney World, Orlando to confer the latest in the science of human flourishing.
  • David Cooperrider to serve as opening keynote at World Congress for Positive Psychology

    David Cooperrider, PhD, will present the opening keynote on day two of the International Positive Psychology Association's Fourth World Congress on Positive Psychology, held in Lake Buena Vista, Florida this Friday, June 26.
  • Appreciative Inquiry: Leading by asking the right questions

    David Cooperrider's research on appreciative inquiry, the kinds of questions we ask ourselves and how these shape our overarching priorities and values is cited in Forbes.
  • Business as an agent of world benefit

    David Cooperrider, PhD, recently visited Macquarie Graduate School of Management to launch Leadership Deep Dive in Sydney, Australia. At the launch, Cooperrider presented "business as an agent of world benefit," the groundbreaking idea that shifts away from corporate philanthropy to unleashing the unlimited power of business to do good for the world.
  • Weatherhead announces 2015 faculty awards

    These Weatherhead colleagues have been selected as exemplars in each of the areas of the management profession: research, teaching and service.
  • Chris Laszlo, PhD, elected a fellow of the International Academy of Management

    The International Academy of Management provides a forum for the exchange internationally of knowledge and experience so as to contribute to the advancement of the science and art of management, and thus, to human progress.
  • Free women in leadership online course

    Diana Bilimoria, PhD, professor of organizational behavior, is teaching the MOOC Women in Leadership: Inspiring Positive Change May 15-June 15. Register today!
  • Emotional Intelligence MOOC one of 14 best free courses starting in May

    Richard Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor and the H.R. Horvitz Professor of Family Business, is once again teaching his massive open online course (MOOC) titled, “Inspiring Leadership Through Emotional Intelligence.” The course is considered one of the best and most popular MOOCs, according to Business Insider.
  • Sustainability's tipping point

    Chris Laszlo, associate professor of organizational behavior, argues for sustainability as an opportunity for students to study, scholars to invent, businesses to innovate, nonprofits to influence, and governments to legislate all in service of the democratic majority's desired outcomes.