"Leadership 2.0" Alumni Roundtable in Chicago
"Leadership 2.0: What Does It Take to Build and Sustain a 21st-Century Organization?"
Monday, June 25, 2012
9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
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Today's global, networked, and decentralized organizations require a new approach to leadership. Are you prepared? Please join us at the Park School's fifth alumni roundtable on Monday, June 25, in Chicago.
These roundtables are intentionally small groups of experienced Ithaca College alumni that provide opportunities to learn from and network with each other. Park School dean Diane Gayeski '74 will be there, along with assistant professor Cory Young from the strategic communication department. Cory's expertise is in corporate social responsibility, crisis management, and global leadership; she will be our moderator.
Our conversation starters for this session are:
- Dom Cottone '99, M.S. '00, senior consultant in YSC's Chicago office. Dom will host our group and talk about his company's work with international clients to help them develop "distinctive signatures" through performance management and team dynamics.
- Rich Morris '81 is the author of Kids, Wealth, and Consequences and principal of ROI Consulting. He helps family owners grow and pass down their businesses to subsequent generations.
- Marc Wigler '87 is former partnership initiative coordinator with the Chicago Teachers Union; he will spark a conversation about new models for collaboration between employees and management.
- John Davidoff '82 is the managing director of Davidoff Communications, creators of mission-driven marketing. John will share case studies in corporate social responsibility and building high-value networks.
29 South La Salle Street, Suite 720
Chicago, IL 60603
The session fee is $95 and includes refreshment breaks and lunch. Please register NOW -- attendance is limited to the first 15 people who sign up, to provide maximum opportunity for collaboration. RSVP at www.ithaca.edu/gps/professional/iw/media/chicago/.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Dean Gayeski at email@example.com. Hope to see you there!