I speak at 80 to 100 events a year, but virtually all of them are private, in-company or association functions. But this October 6th in San Diego I’ll be speaking at the inaugural conference for The Center for Social Profit Leadership—an event that’s open to the public. So, guess what?
Although the conference is geared to non-profits and social entrepreneurs, it will be highly relevant to and helpful for anyone who wants to make a difference—and my guess is that every reader of this blog falls into that category. Please join us for a day devoted to leadership development for the common good. Here’s the line-up as it stands right now:
Steve Farber (So I’m linking to myself. Is that a crime?)
Craig Dunn, Professor of Business Ethics, San Diego State University and Western Washington University
Jim Selman, President, Paracomm Partners International; Co-founder of Transformational Technologies Consulting
Jim Hart, President and CEO of Senn-Delaney Leadership
Beverly Schwartz, Ashoka [read my previous post about Ashoka]
Bob Pratt, President, Volunteers of America of Los Angeles
Ed Olebe, American Express Open for Small Business
You’ll find more details on this brochure.
I hope to see you there.
And, what the hell, bring a friend, too.