An understanding of the role and dynamics in human "meaning-making" in framing worldviews, values formation, and varied forms of decision-making. A reflective capacity for analyzing and articulating personal spirituality and "meaning-making" influences and structures and their impact on leadership ideals, goals and methodologies.
An ability to think critically about the impact and role of religious organizations, spiritual movements and spiritually-inspired insights and worldviews in public discourse, and their impact and role in the development of leadership theory and practice.
The engagement of others in reflective discussion on the structures of meaning defining their lives and the organizations and culture(s) in which they live, particularly using concepts and langauges in multiple intelligences, and a variety of learning and leadership theories.
Leading from a posture of articulated spiritual depth that is consistent with one's personally-defined values, as well as the values of one's workplace organization.
The ability to lead groups through processes of transformation and change.
Development of the capacity to speak publicly with ease and clarity, as well as writing appropriately to serve a variety of audiences.
Official MATL Learning Outcomes