Mussar is an approach to ethical character development emerging from Jewish tradition. Mindfulness refers to a moment-to-moment, nonjudgmental, full sensory awareness emerging from Eastern meditation traditions. This experiential workshop will use a systems perspective to integrate these traditions to develop approaches to ethical decision-making in organizational, educational and clinical practice.
- Irene McHenry, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Friends Council on Education, president of the board of the Council for American Private Education and on the Board of Managers for Haverford College. She does consulting and organizational development work with schools nationwide and is a regular contributor to publications on education. Dr. McHenry was a founding faculty member of Fielding Graduate University's doctoral program in Educational Leadership and Change, founding Head of Delaware Valley Friends School, and a co-founder of Greenwood Friends School. She holds a doctorate in human and organizational development from Fielding Graduate University and a BA from Susquehanna University.
- Beulah Trey, Ph.D., is co-founder of Vector Group Consulting, an international leadership and organizational development firm focused on strengthening clients’ resilience through strategic planning, employee engagement, team development and executive coaching. Dr. Trey co-founded the Mussar Leadership Programs to promote ethical and moral character development. Her doctorate in professional psychology is from the University of Pennsylvania and her BA from Swarthmore College.
Tour of the school will be offered following the workshop.