12 2019

Breakfast: "Leading with a Purpose: Searching for Civic Spirit"

7:30AM - 9:45AM  

Infinity Hall Hartford 32 Front Street
Hartford, CT 06103

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$ Cost $ 40.00

Leading with a Purpose: Searching for Civic Spirit
with Lee Bolman, Ph.D., author of Leading with Soul: An Uncommon Journey of Spirit

Thursday, September 12
7:30 to 9:45 a.m.
Infinity Hall, 32 Front St, Hartford, CT 06103

How do you think about leadership and yourself as a leader?  What sustains you in the face of life’s inevitable upsets? How can you make a life as well as a living? What contributions do you hope to make to your community and the world around you? At this leadership breakfast, Dr. Lee Bolman will encourage you to explore your personal path to leadership and your quest for depth, meaning and joy. Join us to discover how to help create a better world for yourself and those around you.

Registration $60 per ticket - Use code JLA20 for $20 Off
Kosher breakfast included; paid parking available

About Our Speaker
Lee Bolman, Ph.D., is an educator and speaker whose interests center on the intersection of leadership, organizations and spirituality.  He is the co-author of more than 15 books on leadership, organization theory, managing people and spirituality in management. His books have been translated into more than ten languages. Now retired, he has taught at Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Missouri - Kansas City, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In the course of his career, he served as a tenured professor, department chair, dean, director of federally funded research projects and educational chair for Harvard executive programs. He holds a doctorate in Organizational Behavior from Yale University. 

This program is presented by Leadership Greater Hartford and co-sponsored by the Jewish Leadership Academy, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Hartford and Hartford Seminary.

Sponsor: Leadership Greater Hartford, Jewish Leadership Academy, Jewish Community Relations Council, Hartford Seminary