Geneva College

 

 

2009 MSOL Leadership Conference

Frances Hesselbein
Frances
Hesselbein
Larry Spears
Larry
Spears
Michele Hunt
Michele
Hunt
John Stahl-Wert
John
Stahl-Wert
Ken Jennings
Ken
Jennings


April 14, 2009

Marriott Pittsburgh North in Cranberry Township, PA

This theme of this year's Geneva College MSOL Leadership Conference is "Leadership as Service." We are excited to be featuring several well-known 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 River Partners.

In addition to these keynote presentations, panel discussions and question-and-answer sessions will be part of the day’s agenda. There will be plenty of time to interact and network with other participants, and a book table full of some of the latest leadership titles will be available. What a great way to spend a day with some of the most engaging "thought leaders" of our time. And you'll also be enabled to further your leadership abilities and aptitude along with other professionals.

Cost: $49 for students and MSOL alumni, $69 for all other attendees

For speaker bios and a schedule for the day, click here.

Don't miss this great opportunity!

Seating is limited. Please register by March 31, 2009.



 

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