Distinguished Speaker Series - Dr Gautam Mukunda - "High Impact Leadership"
Do individual leaders make history or are they just part of the historical tide created by much larger forces? Where do the best and worst leaders come from and what explains how and why they come to power?
An accomplished academic, Mukunda is a member of both the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Security Studies Program and Program on Emerging Technologies. He is a Paul & Daisy Soros New American Fellow, an NSF IGERT Fellow and a Next Generation Fellow of The American Assembly. He is a Principal Investigator on the National Science Foundation’s Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and The Chief of Naval Operation’s Executive Advisory Panel, and a Jeopardy Champion. Formerly, he was an assistant professor of business administration in the Organizational Behavior Unit of Harvard Business School and a Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Schwarzman Scholarship.
Join us at the exclusive Country Club of Orlando on February 28 at 5:30PM for a seated three-course dinner and cash bar. Complimentary Valet! Tickets are $55 for Members and their guests, and $59 for Non Members.
Thursday, 02/28/19 at 5:30pm - 8:00pm | iCal
The Country Club of Orlando
1601 Country Club Dr
Orlando, FL 32804 US
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Look Who's Coming:
Harvard Club of CFL
Harvard Club of CFL
Gina Carr International
Aviana Molecular Technologies, LLC
Candidate for Juris Doctor
Resource Employment Solutions
"Indispensable: When Leaders Really Matter " by Gautam Mukunda
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