NOTE: This complete training is delivered in three 2-hour sessions delivered over three consecutive Fridays.

Navigating the complexities of modern life requires a clear understanding of your ability to make well-informed decisions and achieve your own potential. This transformative training melds three powerful concepts to do so—practicing principled decision-making, building character strength, and clarity of mission—into a single, comprehensive program.

First, you'll explore the meaning of principled decision-making. The training will guide you through the maze of today's information overload. You'll acquire the skill to distinguish between fact and fiction, empowering you with the process you need for more informed decision-making.

Then, building upon this foundation of principled decision-making, you'll learn how to define your 'potential' tailored specifically to you. Is it measured in income, professional achievements, or something more intrinsic? You'll learn to articulate your potential in character-based terms, delve into your innate temperament, and embark on the path toward identifying your mission.

In-Person or Online Attendance Available!

3010 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200
Dallas, Texas 75234

QUESTIONS you should be able to answer better after the training:

  • Who are you?
  • How does knowing yourself help you practically?
  • Why is it increasingly difficult to know what’s true?
  • Why would a principled decision-making framework in a data-driven world matter?
  • Why is humanity and God important in the decision-making process?
  • Why is it important for decisions to be made at the most local level?
  • How do you ensure success?

Books Used in the Training:

After you register, you will receive a copy of the book, From Temperament to Character by Alexandre Havard by mail and additional workshop materials by email.

Optionally, you're encouraged to purchase a copy of Left to Tell by Immaculée Ilibagiza. Immaculée is an example of authentic leadership we reference during the training.

You can find out more about Immaculée and Alexandre below.

Learn More about Immaculée...

Immaculée Ilibagiza

Immaculée Ilibagiza  survived the 1994 Rwandan Genocide that took the lives of nearly a million people, including her parents and two brothers. She did so by hiding with seven other women for 91 days in a 3- by 4-foot bathroom. During this unimaginable suffering, Immaculée taught herself English and found her faith. Prayer transformed her life from fear to courage, hatred to love, and gave her the ability to forgive those who murdered her family. Captured in her New York Times best-selling book, Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Genocide, the story of how she overcame her deep anger and was able to forgive the people who killed her family is both inspiring and unforgettable.

Learn More about Alexandre...

Alexandre Havard

Alexandre Havard is the founder of the Virtuous Leadership System. He was born and raised in Paris, and is a graduate of one of France’s leading law schools (Paris Descartes University). He worked as a lawyer in Europe (Paris, Strasbourg, Helsinki) for many years before discovering his mission to ignite hearts for greatness and work to raise up a new generation of Virtuous Leaders. His books Virtuous Leadership, Created for Greatness, From Temperament to Character and Free Hearts have been translated into 20 languages. Alexandre Havard has cofounded several Virtuous Leadership Institutes around the world.

Venue

3010 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200
Dallas, Texas 75234

Scholarships Available!

"Scholarship1" = 33% discount
"Scholarship2" = 66% discount


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NOTE: This complete training is delivered in three 2-hour sessions delivered over three consecutive Fridays. The date you are choosing to register is the FIRST of those three sessions in that offering.

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