The uprising of young professionals in the corporate world often leads to confusing symbols of success for the seasoned corporate executive.
This Gen Y Workshop
is designed to help the attendees, both Gen Y and seasoned professionals, to understand the culture codes of the two generations, the motivations related to their vocations, and how we can integrate the varied generations into a successful matrix that will maximize profitability, people, and the planet.
In an informative and interactive conversation between committed professionals, we will understand through servant leadership the keys in accessing and developing the potential of Gen Y leadership and how to ignite and release Gen Y professionals to become more effective leaders in the foundations created by current positional leaders.
For more information and how to register, go here
On Feb 13 Faith+Business will host a 9am-3:30pm conference with the theme Unleash: Creativity- unleashing creative spiritual leadership in the marketplace. With speakers Joon Han, Bob Goff, and Diane Browne, students and local business professionals will enter the conversation of what creative spiritual leadership looks like in business and through business. In what ways does being creative help us step into our identity as God's people? Can we inspire creativity in each other to give witness to Jesus through word, deed, and prayer? Can business solutions be used to meet social needs?
Stay tuned for more details and how to register.
The subtitle of this mini-conference looks really intriguing- "Increasing Market Share through Social Branding". Companies like Toms Shoes, Product Red, and Starbucks are coming to talk through the ethics and ethos of social branding. It seems like major companies are really pushing social branding these days- is it all good? All bad? What can we learn from social branding, and how can people of faith leverage the movement for good?
September 18 University of San Diego Institute for Peace and Justice