Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence
Center for the Advancement of Well-Being | The College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Welcome to the Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence

Founded in 2007, Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence exists to serve teams and organizations through Leadership Development programs that focus on talents strengths, developing and influencing others, leading teams, and leading change in complex and dynamic organizations.

Our off the shelf and custom programs are ideal for small teams or as a comprehensive leader development program for large organizations. Some of our course topics include:

  • Leading with Strengths
  • Leading with Integrity
  • Foundations of Leadership
  • Contemporary Leadership Models
  • Leading to Well-Being
  • Positive Organizations and Leadership
  • Values in Action (VIA)
  • Leading with Strengths
  • Leading with Purpose
  • Leading with Focus (mindfulness and emotional intelligence)
  • Positive Leadership
  • Boosting Well-Being for Peak Performance
  • Engaging Women Leaders
  • Contemporary Leadership Models
  • Leadership in Public Organizations
  • Ethics and Integrity in Public Organizations
  • Mindful Leadership
  • Enhancing Resilience and Well-Being
  • Leadership Communications
  • Speaking in Public (presentations)
  • Writing – personality types & writing styles
  • Persuasion
  • Communication Styles
  • Leadership Action
  • Coaching Individuals
  • Coaching Teams
  • Motivating and Sustaining
  • Leadership Trust
  • Innovative Leadership
  • Risk Management
  • Leadership Ethics
  • Leadership Foundations
  • Whole-Brain Decision Making
  • Mindfulness and Conflict Resolution
  • Intentionality and Values
  • Immunity to Change
  • Navigating Strategic Change
  • Cultivating Self-Mastery and Resilience
  • Compassionate Leadership
  • Emotional Intelligence at Work
  • Mastering Difficult Conversations
  • Mindful Listening
  • Strengthening Leadership Presence

The Mason Institute for Leadership Excellence works with client organizations collaboratively to provide continuity and integrate components of our programs so that the participants experience accumulative learning beyond the in-class portions of our programs.  

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