Dear all,The 15th HudHud International webinar on "Being-Centered Leadership Theory: A Christian Perspective.
Presented by:David Perrin, Professor of Religious Studies, University of Waterloo, Canada. ANDLouis W. (Jody) Fry, Regents Professor of Management and Leadership, Texas A&M University-Central Texas.
We're looking forward to seeing you online on Aug 14, 2023 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada), 4:00 pm CET time.
Here is the link of Registration:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1BO-fyqx0x3cfHzupzo5jYWtws2gxza8qSIJ6ee_zgkg/edit
We will be sending you the link to the webinar both 24 – 48 hours AND 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the start of the program.The following subjects will be discussed in the session:
1- The relationship between the threefold classical spiritual journey (The purgative, illuminative and unitive way) and Being-Centered Leadership (BCL) Theory.
The threefold classical spiritual journey is discussed On pages 248–256 of the book Studying Christian Spirituality.
2- The impact of Retreat on consciousness development and its relationship with BCL Theory. You can have a look at the book 20 Minutes Retreat.
BCL Theory is based on the worldviews and ontological assumptions of five major religious traditions: Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism, and utilizes five levels of being as context for effective leadership: 1) the physical world; 2) the world of images and imagination; 3) the level of the soul; 4) the level of the Spirit; and 5) the non-dual level.
This is a recent article about BCL Theory:Fry, L. W., & Vu, M. C. (2023). Leading Without a Self: Implications of Buddhist Practices for Pseudo-spiritual Leadership. Journal of Business Ethics, 1–17.
You can also read these 3 articles about the BCL Theory:
Kriger, M., & Seng, Y. (2005). Leadership with inner meaning: A contingency theory of leadership based on the worldviews of five religions. The Leadership Quarterly, 16(5),
Fry, L., & Kriger, M. (2009). Towards a theory of being-centered leadership: Multiple levels of being as context for effective leadership. Human Relations, 62(11), 1667–1696.
Allen, S., & Fry, L. W. (2022). A Framework for Leader, Spiritual, and Moral Development. Journal of Business Ethics, 1–15.
------------------------------Dr.Pooya Pirmaleki, PhD in Management.Director of International HudHud webinar series at Imam Sadiq University.Department of Business Management.https://www.linkedin.com/in/pooya-pirmaleki------------------------------