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Val­ues-based lead­ers are empow­ered with the knowl­edge, skills and abil­i­ties to make val­ues-based deci­sions through­out life as they uti­lize core val­ues to strength­en or trans­form their communities.

In the Robert E. Reif­schnei­der Val­ues-Based Lead­er­ship Cer­tifi­cate, par­tic­i­pants explore the inter­sec­tion of per­son­al and orga­ni­za­tion­al val­ues to ensure a mod­el of val­ues-based deci­sion mak­ing is used in all of life’s deci­sions. Learn­ers will ana­lyze their rela­tion­ship to indi­vid­u­als, sub­stances, and tech­nol­o­gy to enhance over­all well­be­ing. Par­tic­i­pants will strength­en trans­for­ma­tion­al lead­er­ship com­pe­ten­cies to pri­or­i­tize eth­i­cal leadership

Cer­tifi­cate Outcomes

Upon com­ple­tion of this cer­tifi­cate, stu­dents will be able to:

  1. Artic­u­late a clear under­stand­ing of the def­i­n­i­tion and frame­work of val­ues-based leadership.
  2. Apply a Val­ues-Based Deci­sion Mak­ing mod­el to every­day sit­u­a­tions and issues.
  3. Ana­lyze the influ­ence of per­son­al bias­es, beliefs, and ethics on deci­sion making.
  4. Devel­op a pos­i­tive brand on social media that aligns with per­son­al mis­sion, pur­pose and values.
  5. Inte­grate research-based prac­tices that lead to holis­tic and healthy living.
  6. Eval­u­ate the ways in which indi­vid­u­als con­tribute to healthy or unhealthy culture. 

Courses In This Solution

  • Introduction to Values-Based Leadership

  • Living Well

  • True Brotherhood

  • SOAR 2.0: Ethical Leadership

  • Articulating the Value-Add of Values-Based Leadership

Certificate Outcomes

Real results, real numbers

  • 358

    People have completed this certificate since 2021
  • 84%

    The percentage of participants who believe they obtained specific actions that they can take to strengthen the bonds of brotherhood within their chapters.

Client Story

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I felt the most impor­tant of the lessons was true broth­er­hood. Being able to split broth­er­hood and true broth­er­hood into two sep­a­rate cat­e­gories was eye opening.”

Values-Based Leadership Certificate Participant