Lifelong Learning Women's Forum: Leading Authentically
In its first installment of the fall term, the Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) Lifelong Learning Women's Forum assembled at the home of its benefactor Kathy Danhakl (MA '02) with keynote speaker, Pepperdine GSEP alumna Dr. Nicole Johnson (EdD ‘12), who addressed "Leading Authentically."
With content grounded in research, Dr. Johnson shared the foundations of authentic leadership, including self-awareness, transparency, genuine relationships, ethical decision-making, and a commitment to making a positive impact.
Founded in 2014, the Lifelong Learning Women's Forum is a private-invitation event, which exists to assist women in staying current on events and establishing sound, logical, and innovative positions related to issues that shape our world.
You can learn more and view presentations from the Lifelong Learning Women's Forum (LLWF) page.
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