HBL250: Buddhist Leadership in Practice

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With the establishment of Buddhist sanghas or communities, and the evolvement of those communities in temples, created the need for effective management and leadership. However, instead of a corporate environment, the temples were managed and maintained by monastics; often with an abbot in charge. This course discusses Buddhist teachings and philosophies by applying to current management and leadership concepts.

This course consists of 8 lectures, was developed by Dr. Venerable Jue Ji and Mr. Roger Lu in 2012 and is part of the Humanistic Buddhism & Leadership Certificate offered through the Institute of Chinese Buddhist Studies and the Office of Extended Studies.

This is a self-directed class (no instructor) that is managed by the Office of Extended Studies, and students work at their own pace. Upon successfully completing this class, the enrolled student will earn 1.0 continuing education unit (CEU). Students who want to earn a Certificate of Completion have the option of taking an exam or submitting a short research paper.

This course allows guest users to enter  This course requires an enrolment key