Join Us for the Hartman Happy Hour!

If you enjoy learning about how people use Hartman’s work, join us for our regular Hartman Happy Hours as we dive into the application and legacy of Hartman's work. These Happy Hours are available to all RSHI members to come, network, and share from their different perspectives and approaches to Hartman's work.

This is a complimentary, no fee, and regularly occurring event for anyone interested in Axiology and Robert S. Hartman. It will be a time to connect, collaborate, share, and learn! Join Us! 
 
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March
Hartman Happy Hour

March 10, 2021
1:00 PM PST / 4:00 PM EST / 3:00 PM CST / 8:00 PM GMT

How College Students Think with Cliff Hurst, PhD. 

  • Learn what's on the minds of college students and re-frame how you deal with lower-than-anticipated RHO (Reliability) HVP  (Hartman Value Profile) scores when you encounter them.
  • Gain access to previous HVP research, that you can share with clients, comparing  similarities and differences between Entrepreneurs and Senior Managers
  • Discover Cliff's latest research focus on determining whether the HVP really does answer something different from other survey-based assessments.
  • Learn more about the role of research behind the scores in the HVP.
  • Inform the clients you serve and the students you teach how relevant and active this work is today and the difference it is making in the world, while connecting with new friends and colleagues.
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See Cliff in action! Watch his inspiring opening presentation at the 2019 RSHI Conference 
Let's Change the World 
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More About Cliff:  Cliff is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Master of Arts in Organizational Design and Leadership at Fielding Graduate University. He serves on the board of directors of the Hartman Institute as VP of Research. In this capacity, he also serves as Editor of the annual Journal of Formal Axiology and is Editor or Co-Editor of three books recently published by the Institute—Five Lectures on Formal Axiology, The Revolution Against War, and Wit & Wisdom. He gave a workshop session about what he learned while editing The Revolution Against War during the 2020 virtual Hartman Conference.

Save the Date!

  • April 14, 2021
  • May 12, 2021
  • June 9, 2021

 

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QUESTIONS? INTERESTED IN PRESENTING?

PLEASE CONTACT Pam Brooks: [email protected]