CCLDE

Constant Change and The New Normal 

Thursday, May 22nd from 2 - 5 p.m.

 

We invite you to join us for the fifth and final Spring 2014 program at the Neumann University Center for Leadership. The program takes place on Thursday, May 22, and will examine the concept of "The New Normal," or the ways in which leaders of companies large and small are adapting to new economic realities in the wake of the recession. Executives in any modern business need to be able to make tough decisions and effectively "do more with less" in order to be successful in the current marketplace. Our panelists bring a wide and varied background in the legal, government and media fields, and will deliver meaningful insight into how each deals with challenging decisions that have far-reaching implications for their business. 

 

Panelists for this program include:

 

N. Cornell Boggs, III, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Dow Corning, will speak on his experiences as chief legal officer for a multinational corporation dealing with a shifting global economy. Boggs will also discuss his personal journey through the ranks of several large corporations, including MillerCoors, Tyco Plastics and Monsanto.

Kyra McGrath, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for WHYY, will discuss her role as overseer of all content produced across WHYY, which has embraced a multi-platform media model with programming for public television, radio and a robust online presence.


Ronald Tomalis, Senior Advisor to Governor Tom Corbett and Former Pennsylvania Secretary of Education, will speak about his current role advising the state government on education policy and funding amidst a challenging budgetary environment.

Virginia Essandoh, Chief Diversity Officer for Ballard Spahr, will detail her role providing strategic guidance in talent acquisition, development and retention for one of the largest law firms in the United States, with offices in 13 states and a diverse roster of clients.

 

Attorneys who attend a program will earn 3 CLE credits (2 substantive, 1 ethics) per course and accountants who attend earn 3 CPE credits (2 other, 1 ethics) per course.

 

We invite you to register online.

 

View course syllabus.

 

For further information, please visit Neumann's Center for Community Leadership Development and Entrepreneurship web page.



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