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Gregory Sadler - ReasonIO. Milwaukee, WI, US

Gregory Sadler

President | ReasonIO

Milwaukee, WI, UNITED STATES

Storyteller of the world of ideas, author, educator, consultant, and workshop provider

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Industry Expertise (5)

Education/Learning Research Writing and Editing Training and Development Social Media

Areas of Expertise (12)

Stoicism History of Ideas Online Education Faculty Development Religion and Culture Anger Management Argumentation Business Ethics Leadership Philosophical Counseling Ethics and Moral Theory Critical Thinking

Education (3)

Southern Illinois University Carbondale: Ph.D, Philosophy 2002

Southern Illinois University Carbondale: M.A., Philosophy 1997

Lakeland College: B.A. Summa Cum Laudae, Philosophy and Mathematics 1994

Affiliations (3)

  • ReasonIO
  • Marist College
  • Modern Stoicism

Event Appearances (12)

Four Components of a Happy Life - A Stoic Week 2015 Event

stoic week lecture  Hudson Business Lounge

2015-11-05

Dynamics of Anger and the Difficult Good: Implications for Religious and non-Religious Organizations and Leadership,"

workshop at the Aquinas Leadership Institute conference  Long Island, New York

2015-06-26

Sweeter than Honey: An Aristotelian Account of Anger's Seduction of Practical Rationality

invited lecture to the Meade Anderson Undergraduate Philosophy Forum  Columbia University

2015-02-11

Tools For Teaching Excellence: Lecture Capture - The Basics

faculty development seminr  Green Mountain College

2014-10-16

Before they Called It Mindfulness: Philosophy, Practical Wisdom, and Paying Attention

invited lecture  Poetry Science Talks

2014-03-14

Ages of Nihilism and Renewal in Nietzsche's Birth of Tragedy

invited lecture in Pell Honors Students series  Salve Regina College

2014-02-12

Aristotle on Anger, Justice, and Injustice

Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy conference  Fordham University

2013-10-19

Symposia, Then and Now: Or Why Did We Quit Drinking?

invited lecture at Feasting And Foraging conference  Culinary Institute of America

2013-09-21

Broad Themes of the 1930s Christian Philosophy Debates

Marcellin Catholic Studies Speaker Series  Marist College

2012-11-08

Using Ethics Pedagogy as a Model for Interdepartmental Development and Assessment

Professional and Organizational Development network conference  Atlanta, Georgia

2011-10-29

Teaching (With the) Virtues and Supplemental Instruction

CUNY Supplemental Instruction conference  City University of New York, Lehman campus

2011-10-07

“Five Ethical Theories: Bare Bones for Business Educators,” FSU Ethics in Business Education Project workshop

Ethics in Business Education Project workshop  Fayetteville State University

2011-02-09

Sample Talks (1)

Aristotle Meets Escoffier: Purposes, Production, Practice

A guest lecture at the Culinary Institute of America, during which I introduce Culinary students to some key themes of Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics, which can very usefully inform their own practice, development, and education. I bring in the thoughts and approach of Auguste Escoffier, a key figure from culinary history as an example these students can relate to.
http://youtu.be/uWEFHR-Qw4k

Style

Availability

  • Keynote
  • Panelist
  • Workshop Leader
  • Author Appearance
  • Corporate Training

Fees

500 to 2000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee
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