Leadership for Society Speaker Series

Each Fall and Winter Quarter, the Leadership for Society program hosts a speakers series examining issues of critical importance to society, helping to develop leaders that can advance dialogue and create positive societal change in lives, organizations, and the world. In the fall of 2021 and winter of 2022, the series will focus on the theme Reimagining Work Post-COVID to explore the structures and future of this defining aspect of our lives and world. Register here for the upcoming series! 

Reimagining Work Post-COVID

Reimagining Work Post-COVID

Throughout the fall and winter of 2021, host Dean Brian Lowery and a series of guest speakers will explore Reimagining Work Post-COVID and the opportunities we have as a society during this time of critical change.

Race and Power

The 2020-21 conversations season explores the role of Race in society, how race interacts with structures of power, and how systemic racism manifests itself in day-to-day business and policy decisions. Online, free, and open to all as a webinar series every Monday at 6:15pm PT. Also available as a podcast from your preferred podcast provider.

COVID-19

The current pandemic has the potential to radically shift many areas of society and to remake societal expectations of the business community. The 2019 conversations season shares the voices of  leaders well-placed to provide insight into the shifts we might see. Now available as a series of videos, free and available to all.