Catalytic Leadership: Stimulating People to Good Deeds
How do you lead in such a way that stirs other people to take action? What wisdom do leaders need in order to stimulate other people to good deeds? How much leadership is needed for leaders to guide whole organizations, even whole communities, into unprecedented health? What is sufficient leadership? What does it mean for a person or a company or a nation to make a deep change inside? If you're serious about leadership, then come to Catalytic Leadership. Find out in advance what the textbooks are and read them because this course is designed, not for head knowledge, but for life change—which means that all participants need to come prepared for the discussions.
Presented by Professor David Lopez
David A. Lopez is the lead faculty director for the Aspire School of Continuing Education’s Business and Human Resource Management (BHRM) Program and the adjunct professor of Business (Aspire) and Transformational Community Development at Simpson University. In his current position, Professor Lopez teaches courses in Managerial Economics, Managerial Accounting, Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior, Management for Development, and Micro-Enterprise Development.
Professor Lopez has been with Simpson University for seven years. Along with his colleague, Dr. David Strong, he developed and launched the Transformational Community Development minor for SU in 2008. Moreover, his primary research areas of interest include international economics; micro and macro economics; managerial economics; managerial finance; managerial accounting; international law; non-profit development and management (501(c)(3); financial statement analysis; intellectual property rights; impoverished advocacy rights; and behavioral economics. Professor Lopez is the author of Cross Dominance: Causes of Reading Comprehension Problems in Grade School Children, and he has published numerous articles in the field of estate planning. Professor Lopez has also been honored with the distinguished award of Professor of the Year (2009/2010).
Before joining SU, Professor Lopez held professorial positions at the Wuhan University, the School of WTO, Wuhan, China where he taught courses in WTO Business and Law and National University, teaching courses in the MBA School of Business. Moreover, Lopez held professional positions as Chairman and CEO of The Organized Small Business and Salespersons Association, Inc. (OSSA, Inc.), Chairman and CEO of New Concepts Plus Industries, Inc. (CPi, Inc.), Hawaiian Subway franchisee, International VP of Marketing and Sales for Gloria Jeans Gourmet Coffees, Inc., President and CEO of Medi-Cal Estate Planning and Senior Investments (MEPSI) and the current President and CEO of the Alliance Centers of Legal Advocates, LLC (ACLA). Lopez is also the Board Chair of Hope Alive!, a relief and development project focused on orphans and fragile families in Uganda.
Professor Lopez received his Associate of Science degree in Communication from San Joaquin Delta College with honors, his Bachelor of Science degree from William Jessup University (SCC) with honors, his M.B.A. in International Economics from Eastern University with honors and his Doctorate of Jurist Prudence from William Howard Taft University.
- When: 8 am-12 pm & 1:30–5:30 p.m. on Monday-Friday, October 8-12, 2012
- Where: The Stirring Church 2250 Churn Creek Rd. Redding, CA 96002
- Cost: $360/unit for degree-seeking students, $150 for seminar participants
Advance registration IS required for Tozer Seminary students. Tozer Seminary students will be given priority seating. To register for this class for credit, please email email@example.com. Cost to take this course for 3 units of graduate credit is $360/unit. Payment plans are available. Please speak to an enrollment counselor for details.
Advance registration is NOT required for seminar students but highly recommended. You can register for this class online. Tickets are available in the Tozer Seminary Office (Simpson University Tozer Office LaBaume-Rudat Hall Room 104 and by mail (Tozer Seminary 2211 College View Dr. Redding, CA 96003 Attn: Tozer Student Services Coordinator). Tickets will also be sold at the door up to October 8, 2012. Tickets bought at the door can only be paid for with check or cash.
Simpson University staff and faculty should contact Tozer directly at (530) 226-4749 to register.
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*NOTE: The morning and afternoon sessions are a part of the same course / track. Both sessions should be attended.