Event Details: Colloquium: Leadership, Learning, and Experience
Date: Monday, June 3rd 2013 from 7pm- 9pm Location: 281 GD, Teachers College
Join us for an engaging panel discussion on the intersection between leadership, learning and experience! Learning to become a better leader cannot occur through reading and study alone. Leadership development is a lived experience involving the whole person, including multiple ways of knowing such as thoughts, feelings, intuition, images and sounds. A key question for both educators and students is how to more fully integrate the richness of lived experience into the process of learning to become a better leader.
have several distinguished speakers who will be sharing various perspectives on
the critical role of life experience in leadership development.
Bryant from the New York Times will be sharing insights from the many
interviews he has conducted with CEOs as part of his weekly column and
best-selling book The Corner Office.
Dr. Michel Alhadeff-Jones will be
discussing the biographical approach to leadership development and the use of
life history to promote critical self-reflection, complex ways of thinking, and
Dr. Dorothy Marcic will talk about the work she
has done around music, theater and leadership, discussing her research around
understanding how women are depicted in popular music, the evolution of
relationships through music, and the development of power in African-American
Dr. Terrance Maltbia will share his work around
leveraging diversity and strategic learning, discussing the connection between
experience, learning, and competence.
Dr. Zachary Van Rossum will host the panel.
Refreshments will be served!
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Type: Lectures & Talks
Location: GDH 281
Date & Time: 6/3/2013, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM