NY, DC and Cleveland May Open Houses for OD Masters Program | Weatherhead

NY, DC and Cleveland May Open Houses for OD Masters Program

Posted 4.20.2006

May 2 will kick-off the first of three events to promote the Masters in Positive Organizational Development and Change (MPOD) Program which is one extraordinary program taught by faculty who represent the Weatherhead School of Management’s Department of Organizational Behavior, ranked in the top ten in the world by the Financial Times. We are proud to be home to the internationally recognized thought leaders in emotional intelligence, appreciative inquiry, transformational leadership and positive organizational development and change.

The MPOD Program is a 19-month master’s degree program comprised of five, week-long residencies and a ten-day international tour. Open Houses will take place in:

  • Cleveland (May 2)
  • DC Area, Herndon, Virginia (May 18)
  • New York City (May 25)

The events will highlight faculty and the current student experience. We are pleased to have partnering with us in the D.C. Area (Herndon, VA), another world class leader, Booz Allen Hamilton. Both prospective students and Booz Allen Hamilton representatives will be present to learn more about Appreciative Inquiry from its co-founder, Dr. Ronald Fry as well as more detail about the MPOD program.

Weatherhead will also be present at the 2006 ASTD National Conference which will be held May 8-10th in Dallas to promote the program and the Open Houses.  Dr. David Cooperrider will be presenting a Legends Session on "Collaborating for Change," on Monday May 8 from 12:00-1:15 p.m. and from 4:00-5:30 p.m.

If you are interested in attending an Open House as an alumni or guest, please contact us at 216.368.2146 or 800.723.0203 x2146. If you are planning to attend the ASTD conference, please visit us at Booth 455.

Interested in learning more about Weatherhead programs? Request more information or apply now, or register for one of over 70 open enrollment courses through Executive Education.

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