Popular leadership training sequel planned for Nov. 2

Some of the world’s foremost leaders, thinkers and innovators are featured in a simulcast, “Leading to Greatness,” that will be shown 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, in FSHN T-101. The event follows last year’s popular simulcast, also sponsored by WSU Human Resource Services (HRS), of “Living Leadership.”

Seating is limited to 100, and the registration deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 12. The nonrefundable $179 registration fee ($109 for students) includes the simulcast, a custom workbook, a one-year subscription to Fortune magazine and an onsite brunch. Register at www.hrs.wsu.edu by clicking on Leading to Greatness. For more information, call HRS at 335-4521.

“This program brings some of the best and brightest minds to encourage us to challenge conventional wisdom, explore new opportunities in thought processes, and constantly renew ourselves in our jobs,” said Steve DeSoer, HRS director.

Presented by America’s leading colleges and universities in cooperation with Fortune magazine, the simulcast features Jack Welch, retired chairman and CEO of General Electric; Rudolph Giuliani, former New York City mayor; Stephen Covey, author of books including “The 8th Habit;” Marcus Buckingham, author of “First, Break all the Rules;” a Fortune 500 CEO panel and many others.

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