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The Wisdom Of Hope

  • 04/08/2021
  • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Zoom Interactive Webinar

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Last chance to join us for an interactive Zoom webinar for The Wisdom of Hope, led by Dr. Harry Hutson.

Only a few openings left. Register now!

In this session Harry, a renowned executive coach and co-author of Putting Hope to Work: Five Principles to Activate Your Organization’s Most Powerful Resource and Navigating an Organizational Crisis: When Leadership Matters Most, will present a framework for understanding Hope - a universal element in human nature.

All participants will then engage in personal sense-making about its meaning and power – how it can be applied to our work and more.

Harry's view is that Hope can be an ally through thick and thin, but it’s not free. Hope is a choice requiring courage, perspective and effort.

In addition to Putting Hope to Work, Harry’s recent essay, The Wisdom of Hope, was published in Practising Social Change. Registrants will be provided materials to read as an entry point for the session, an interactive and open conversation.

Questions? Contact charlotte@charlottewalker.com.

Dr. Harry Hutson's Bio

Dr. Hutson, has over 25 years of experience as an executive coach and director and corporate officer in human resources and organizational development with four multinational corporations including Cummins, Avery Dennison, Global Knowledge and Devon Energy. He is currently Chair of the compensation committee of the Board of Directors for the New England Center for Children (autism education and research) and Vice president of the Board of Directors of Baltimore Outreach Services (homeless women and their children). He holds academic and professional degrees from Indiana University (Ph.D.), Stanford University (A.M.), Harvard Divinity School (M.T.S.), and Hamilton College (B.A.). His post-graduate education includes courses and certifications in management, coaching, and psychology. He is a member of NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science and Organizational Development Network.

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