Leadership has evolved from “very influential people and behaviors” to a more collective and emergent form of influence. This workshop will showcase how both forms co-exist presently at the individual, group and social levels and the impact that leadership has in our personal and professional lives. Recommendations for being more effective in both modern and traditional forms of leadership will be made.
Free registration is required. Please click "Register" (above) to sign up. The program will be in English and refreshments will be served.
We look forward to seeing you!
The ECUSA-Boston Team.
Ass. Prof. International Management, Loyola University, Maryland Director, American Leadership Strategies LLC. ALS Washington DC
Juan Rivera has a Law and Management Degree, an International MBA and a PhD in Management. He has designed, implemented and taught multiple leadership development programs in Europe, Russia, US and Latin America.
He has been teaching Global Competitiveness Leadership in Georgetown University since 2006 and international management in UPO-Seville. He specialized in leadership in Harvard KSG and he is member of ILA (International Leadership Association), ALE (Association of Leadership Educators) and Center for Leadership Studies (Exeter University, UK)
June 16th 6:15pm
Real Colegio Complutense
26 Trowbridge St, Cambridge, MA 02138