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31 March 2010
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Please click on the following link to read more about 'Creating positive change'. The article features Andrew Perry, a business major at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa, USA., who is dedicated to creating positive change.
Andrew is president of World Congress, a student club that specializes in facilitating processes and organizational development for the benefit of MUM and the larger community. As president of World Congress, Andrew is also on the Global Student Council, the student government of MUM. He learned organizational development, the process of implementing effective change in an organization, with a group of committed students who wanted to create positive transformation and help others achieve their goals.
Most recently, Andrew and World Congress facilitated the formation of the new music major at MUM by identifying the Music Department's needs, resources, and goals, and helping them structure their programme. 'Andrew skillfully led our large group through a series of steps that made discussions incredibly effective and allowed many creative ideas and solutions to emerge in a short time,' said Isabelle Matzkin, faculty member of the Music Department. 'More than that, he radiates an inner quality of silence and stability that makes people feel nourished and supported. It is a joy to work with him.'
Having also attended Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment in Fairfield, Andrew finds that Consciousness-Based Education has benefited his life in his growing ability 'to transcend a situation and see the larger picture, having a holistic understanding, and being more open'.
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