2011 Tobias Leadership Conference in Indianapolis

2011 Tobias Leadership Conference in Indianapolis
March 3 – 5, 2011


This conference will feature speakers, papers, and panels from all academic disciplines.  A primary purpose of the conference is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and facilitate the exchange of ideas on the broad subject of leadership.  

The conference is being held at University Place Conference Center and Hotel on the IUPUI campus in downtown Indianapolis.  The $195 registration fee includes a Thursday reception and book fair, two breakfasts, two lunches, and dinner at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, a handcrafted Indianapolis historical landmark.  A special $25 student registration fee that excludes meals is available.  Participants must pay their own hotel and travel expenses.

Please share this information with colleagues and mark your calendars to attend.

Online registration and additional information is available at www.tobiascenter.iu.edu or by calling (317) 278-2800.

Featured speakers include:

Mary Gentile, Senior Research Scholar at Babson College, Senior Advisor, The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program, Director of Giving Voice to Values, a business curriculum launched by the Aspen Institute and Yale SOM and now funded at Babson College, and former manager of case research at the Harvard Business School.

Frances Hesselbein, CEO of Leader to Leader (formerly the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management), former CEO of the Girls Scouts of America from 1976-1990, Class of 1951 Chair for the Study of Leadership at the United States Military Academy at West Point, author of numerous books and articles, and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Max Klau, Senior Researcher of Leadership and Evaluation at City Year, a national service and leadership development program headquartered in Boston that engages young people of all backgrounds as tutors, mentors, and role models to change the world of at-risk children in schools and classrooms.  City Year helps children transform schools and communities across the United States while developing their own civic leadership skills.

See Website for Additional Speakers


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