Organized by Columbia Business School and the Penn alumni club.
Stanford’s Lynette Crane, nationally-acclaimed speaker on introversion, will discuss the #1 issue of CEOs everywhere: Where is the next generation of leadership coming from?
She will reveal stereotypes that hamper the “quietly brilliant” (aka introverts) who abound in organizations. Lynette will discuss introverts’ stereotypical barriers in the corporate world, and will give ideas for hiring, engaging, retaining, and recognizing the leadership potential of all that talent. Lynette’s new book, Quiet Brilliance: Solving Corporate America’s Leadership Crisis with ‘Hiding in Plain Sight’ Talent is a must-read for current leaders and those who aspire to leadership.
5:00 PM - Dinner/Socializing
6:30 PM - Lynette's Presentation will Begin
Location: Cambria Gallery at 625 2nd Avenue South, Suite 101, in Minneapolis
Event Pricing: $15, includes dinner and presentation
or send a check payable to Dan Rutman with "Alumni Event" written in memo to Dan Rutman, Penn Club of MN, 6728 Rosemary Ln, Edina, MN 55439;
or you can pay at the event.