Mirrors for Leaders

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A Classical Approach To Effective Leadership At The Beginning Of A New Age

At a time when the last vestiges of our historical cycle disappears from sight, it is imperative the emerging leader, and the group surrounding him, begin to see anew. This ancient and new way of seeing anew is based on making sense of the self, people and events in their totality.

How should leaders conduct themselves?

The Mirrors for leaders course, will draw from the vast insights found in the works of great classical and modern thinkers in order to answer how best a leader should conduct themselves and govern a society based on the new method of perceiving and evaluating events, the self and life.

Seven Parts

Plato – City&Psyche

Tacitus – The Anatomy Of Tyranny

Cicero – Power,Liberty,& Duty

Seneca – Human Passions In Play

Ibn Khaldun – Group Dynamic

Machiavelli – Virtu, Occasion & Fortuna

Seeing anew at the end of an age

All of our classes are delivered in real-time.

Please contact us for more information.

Teacher Bio

Zulfiqar Awan BA Hons, MA, PGCE

British lecturer, Zulfiqar Awan (BA Hons, MA, PGCE and Ph.D. candidate) has 15 years of teaching experience in the U.K and Cape Town, South Africa. Mr. Awan has also worked as an independent senior lecturer in philosophy, history, and politics on behalf of the British Government. He is the founder of Humanitas LifeLong Learning, where he teaches regular evening classes and short courses directly to the public, and online to an international audience. Mr Awan currently resides in Istanbul, Turkey.