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msol_side.jpgIn the Geneva College Master’s in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program, leadership and service go hand-in-hand. This spring, the MSOL program will host a conference to give working adults a deeper understanding of this life-changing perspective. “Leadership in Service” will be held April 14, 2009, at the Marriott Pittsburgh North in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania.

“Leaders view their work as service, and each person can make a change in their own sphere of influence,” says Dr. James Dittmar, director of the MSOL program. “Leadership starts with oneself, by looking in the mirror and asking, ‘How do these principles apply to me as an individual?’”

The conference will feature several keynote speakers, including Frances Hesselbein, Founding President and Chair of the Board of Governors of the Leader To Leader Institute; Larry Spears, Executive Director of the Spears Center for Servant Leadership; Michele Hunt, Leadership Coach and Developer and former Senior Vice President for People at Herman Miller, Inc.; John Stahl-Wert, Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation; and Ken Jennings, Managing Director of Third Rivers Partners.

The day will also include panel discussions, question-and-answer sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities. A book table will be available. For more information about the leadership conference, including online registration, click here.

The purpose of the Geneva College Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) Program is to provide working adults an opportunity for continued personal growth and professional advancement through the study, research, and application of leadership and organizational theory. For more information about the MSOL Program, click here.


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