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In today’s world—where industries are being disrupted without warning, the pace of change has accelerated beyond our wildest imaginations, and technology is transforming our workplace virtually overnight — we need leaders who aspire to make a profound difference. We need Centered Leadership.

Using her Centered Leadership Program, bestselling author and director emeritus at McKinsey & Company, Joanna Barsh, examines what allows some talented people to rise to the top, while others stop short. Her research-based practices will enable you to manage your thoughts, feelings and actions even in moments of uncertainty and chaos – and to inspire others to do the same.

In this session you will learn:

    • What enables talented people to live their full ambitions at work and in life?
    • How leaders find their balance in the midst of chaos and lead from their most resourceful self.
    • How women and men gain the skills, courage and confidence to unleash their potential and that of those around them.

Cost: $25

FREE to employees of corporate partners subject to individual agreements. Discount available for members of community partner organizations.

Speaker/Presenter(s):

Joanna Barsh is the author of the business best seller, How Remarkable Women Lead, and director emeritus at McKinsey & Company, where she recently retired as Senior Partner after 30+ years. She now travels full-time delivering keynotes and seminars and growing her community, the Centered Leadership Project. Joanna has spoken at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women events, Deutsche Bank’s Women on Wall Street, and Fortune 100 companies such as Google, Microsoft, Wal-mart and has met top leaders in government and business in 20 countries from Australia to Malaysia to France. She has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, BusinessWeek, and more. She holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School where she was a Baker Scholar.