Humanistic Leadership Series

While current Artificial Intelligence (AI) and technological advancements bring numerous benefits and opportunities, they also raise concerns about potential negative impacts on society, including issues related to privacy, job displacement, and ethical dilemmas.

By emphasizing empathy, collaboration, ethical decision-making, and a focus on human well-being, our humanistic leadership programs help organizations mitigate potential risks, maximize the benefits of AI, and create a positive impact on individuals, organizations, and society.

Here are the few reasons why Humanistic Leadership is crucial in the context of AI:

  • Ethical decision-making
  • Human-centric focus
  • Emotional intelligence and empathy
  • Collaboration and teamwork
  • Adaptability and lifelong learning

DIGITAL BADGE: Participants who complete these workshops earn USC digital credentials recognizing their competency in and ability to apply the stated skills and abilities.

GROUP PRICING and SUBSCRIPTION: We also offer group pricing for corporations interested in enrolling teams of three or more in our programs for individuals. Find out more about each workshop below and ask us about group registration and subscription packages to accelerate your organization’s results.


The galaxy superimposed on a woman practicing mindfulness

LIVE Virtual

Mindfulness Toward Humanistic Leadership

Develop mindfulness skills to achieve clarity and balance while improving your leadership, problem-solving, decision-making, and conflict resolution skills.

Times: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Time Requirement: 5 hours total, 1 hour per each of 5 sessions

Dates–First: To Be Announced

Dates–Second: To Be Announced

Program Cost: $1,125

Blocks connected to one another in a network, where psychological safety is crucial

LIVE Virtual

Psychological Safety: Unlocking Your Team’s Full Capabilities

Create a safe environment for speaking up, taking risks, and unleashing your team's full potential.

Times: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Time Requirement: 2 hours, 1 session

Dates–First: September 12, 2024

Dates–Second: To Be Announced

Program Cost: $450

A person walking up the stairs driven by purpose

LIVE Virtual

Purpose-Driven Leadership

Clarify your purpose, connect with your passion, and influence and lead others.

Times: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Time Requirement: 9 live hours total, 3 live sessions of 3 hours each.

Dates–First: September 17, 19 & 24, 2024

Dates–Second: To Be Announced

Program Cost: $2,025

A leader presenting in front of a team in an inclusive and diverse environment

LIVE Virtual

Inclusive Leadership: Understanding Self to Lead Others

Stretch yourself! Go beyond diversity, and develop the awareness, insight, and skills to build equitable and inclusive workplaces where everyone feels welcome with a sense of belonging.

Times: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Time Requirement: 9 hours total, 3 hours per each of 3 sessions

Dates–First: To Be Announced

Dates–Second: To Be Announced

Program Cost: $2,025


Don’t Just Take Our Word for It

See what people are saying and learn why Marshall Executive Education is right for you and your organization. Read why program participants were challenged, encouraged, and emerged ready to make an impact.

Director of Marketing and Development, South Bay Christian School

“This course in Psychological Safety provided real life learning lessons for building safe teams. It helped me identify a lack of safety in my current work situation and how to navigate effectively through it to provide solutions for safety.”

Business Strategy and Operations Director, BuzzFeed

“I am so grateful to have gotten to opportunity to take Understanding Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers. The professors were clear and passionate about what they were teaching and made the sessions engaging and relevant even though I’m out of the practice. I took away tangible learnings that I can apply right away to my role and appreciate that the professors are available to answer questions even after the course ended.”

Consultant & Coach, Executive Service Corps

“The Inclusive Leadership program was a welcome compliment to work that I am engaged in with nonprofit consulting. Communities are demanding more diversity and inclusion from their boards of directors. They want representation from people directly connected to their cause. The professor was able to communicate to me personally in the program was a greater recognition of empathy, trust and implicit bias. The breakout sessions were expertly coordinated so that each of us had an opportunity to engage and express our views and learn from one another.”

District Manager, Albertsons Vons Pavilions

“The Food Industry Executive Program was more than I could have imagined. The information and insight that was provided over only four days was unbelievable. What I thought I had learned over my years of leadership was completely taken to another level. The in-depth way that they make you look at your leadership style and how to get the best out of your people is absolutely amazing. I would recommend this course to any leader wanting to enhance their leadership skills for today and the future.”