Leading to Well-Being Speaker Series

About the Series

George Mason University’s Leading to Well-Being Speaker Series features presentations from innovative speakers who work at the intersection of leadership and well-being. They will share some of the latest well-being research and insights with you. After each presentation, you can use what you’ve learned to fuel your professional and personal success. Plan to join us online with your colleagues and friends. These presentations are offered for free by the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being. 


A Few of Our Past Speakers

Anjali Patel

Anjali Patel

Speaker, Lawyer, Business Consultancy Founder, and Author

Anjali Patel is CEO of Sweatours.com, a diversity, inclusion, and well-being consultancy focused on unleashing cultures of global connection. She speaks about her book Humanity at Work: Diversity, Inclusion, and Well-Being in an Increasingly Distributed Workforce regularly, at places such as industry conferences, organizations, TEDx, and Google StartUp Grind. She is a military wife and mom of three children and a dog.

Kevin Fenton

Public Health Expert

Professor Kevin Fenton, CBE, serves as Regional Director of the London Office for Health Improvement and Disparities in the U.K. Department of Health and Social Care. He helps leaders work for well-being and equity for all as we manage public health crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Featured Leading to Well-Being Programs

Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being

The Leadership Coaching for Organizational Well-Being program will equip you to make positive change happen in your team and organizational culture. It emphasizes strengths-based and transformative practices. This experiential program features a curriculum that aligns with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) requirements and coaching competencies.

Leading Thriving Organizations

The Leading Thriving Organizations program will give you tools and resources you need to create a thriving workplace culture. You’ll discover how the science of well-being applies in your workplace and how your personal well-being can influence your organization.

Strengths-Based Leadership

What goals could you accomplish if you used your strengths instead of worrying about your weaknesses? Our Strengths-Based Leadership program will show you how to move past problems and build on what is working well. You’ll discover how to use your CliftonStrengths results to achieve personal and professional success.

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