HBD4722

Developing Human Potential

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This course takes both a historical and an experiential approach to studying the development of human potential.  Students learn practices that are designed to assist them in identifying life goals and developing action plans for achieving these goals.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE COMPETENT IN:

  • Describing the basic models for developing human potential.
  • Completing self-assessments that measure one's position and progress in developing human potential.
  • Describing ways in which people fail to develop their human potential.
  • Exploring the research findings about consciousness and human potential.
  • Describing the relationship between will and spirit and the development of human potential.
  • Describing biographical accounts of the development of human potential.
  • Discussing societal issues that result from undeveloped human potential.
  • Describing the role of emotions in developing human potential.
  • Describing power as it affects the development of human potential.
  • Applying practices designed to develop human potential.
  • Exploring the relationship between spirituality and the development of human potential.
  • Describing humanity's use of religion to address the need of developing human potential.
  • Discussing the concept of psychological development in relation to developing human potential.
  • Describing ways to develop human potential through dealing with personal crises and life situations.
  • Discussing the impact of relationships on human potential.

 

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