What if organizations saw possibilities and not just problems? What if we looked past perceived restraints and revealed our true potential? What if we blew the lid off “what is” and marched boldly toward what could be?
Discover incredible transformations that have already taken place at organizations large and small at the Michigan Ross Positive Business Conference, May 11-12, 2017. This year’s theme, “Positive Leadership: Practices & Inspiration,” will equip you with tools to put your ideas in motion, as well as the inspiration and energy to maintain your positive momentum.
You’ll engage with leaders who will share their strategies and inspirational stories of positive leadership, including guest speakers Mary Snapp, President, Microsoft Philanthropies; Walter Robb, Board of Directors, Whole Foods Market; Dr. Mehmood Khan, Chief Scientific Officer, PepsiCo; Danielle Brown, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Intel; Jerry Norcia, Chief Operating Officer, DTE Energy; and Bruce Pfau, Human Capital Strategy & Culture Transformation, KPMG.
The Positive Business Conference features a number of Michigan Ross faculty leading sessions alongside these world-class business leaders, so you will leave the conference with concrete ideas and tactics for implementing positive change in your organization. Michigan Ross faculty will also lead interactive workshops on specific approaches to building positive businesses across a range of disciplines, including finance, health care, marketing/branding and supply chain management.
Visit http://www.positivebusinessconference.com to learn more and register to attend.
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