Speaker: Daniel V. Papero, PhD, LCSW
Faculty Member at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, Washington, DC
Like families, organizations have an emotional side to them that is predictable. In today’s anxious world, filled with stressed people and anxious organizations, systems ideas can help a leader understand the terrain of leadership, the forces at work within that terrain and provide some guidance for managing oneself effectively as a leader and a follower. This talk explores the implications of Bowen theory for organizational leadership.
This lecture was recorded live on June 6, 2019.
Can’t attend the lectures in DC? The lecture and discussion are streamed on our Facebook page. (Please note that if you participate in the discussion portion, your questions/comments will be streamed during the live broadcast, as well as recorded and saved onto Facebook.) Livestreamed recordings will be saved on the Bowen Center’s Facebook page to view.