The Adler Graduate School (AGS) and the Adler Graduate School’s Student Association are proud to announce a weekend with Dr. Richard Watts, one of the world’s foremost Adlerian Scholars. Dr. Watts will be lecturing at the Adler Graduate School on Friday, November 21, and Saturday, November 22.
The Adler Graduate School holds an Information Session for new and prospective students on the first Wednesday of every month at 6 pm. Faculty, staff and current students will be on-hand to answer all your questions about Adler programs and certificates.
Given the basic premise that we have access to either inner voices of fear or love, participants/students will learn how to discern and choose between the two. Whatever inner voice or “self-talk” people follow will create their experience. Since human nature is unconsciously conditioned to operate from ego, they often follow a voice of fear, creating “mistaken beliefs” that immobilize and limit their potential.
This workshop session will explore the impact of the small, annoying things that are not discriminatory but nevertheless have a huge impact on personal and organizational performance. We will take a closer look at what they are, how these micro-inequities get built, and how these can impact people's ability to give their personal best.
· Learn information that analyzes stereotypes and prejudice.
· Understand the historical context of present day prejudice and inequities.
· Explore the impact of micro-inequities on discretionary effort.