The Indiana University East Center for Leadership Development is hosting a Power Lunch Series for Next Generation Leaders on “Give” from 12:10-12:50 p.m. on Friday, November 7. Sessions for this series are located at IU East’s Room 912, 912 E. Main Street in Richmond.
The giving and sharing of our time, knowledge, and resources with others can bring a sense of fulfillment to one’s life. What is the impact of giving to others and ourselves? How, with our busy lives, can we find time to “give”? The session will help us uncover both little and more significant ways to give to others and, in the process, to ourselves.
Marcy Jance, associate professor of business administration, and Patty Crawford, special assistant to the Chancellor, present “Give.” Both are young professionals from Indiana University East leading the six-part power lunch series that supports work/life balance.
The dynamic Power Lunch Series is for next-generation leaders to meet once a month at the IU East and Richmond Art Museum’s downtown Room 912 art scene. Come and eat a fabulous farm-to-table lunch, and participate in dynamic 40-minute micro-sessions: Work, Play, Give, Love, Create, and Live.
The Power Lunch Series is part of the IU East Center for Leadership Development’s new “Work/Life Integration Series,” a program that recognizes that development does not stop at the office door and provides offerings that nurture both personal and professional development.
There is no charge for these sessions; they are underwritten by the School of Business and Economics.
Registration is required; RSVP at iue.edu/leadership. The full schedule is available online.
The Center for Leadership Development is sponsored by the IU East School of Business and Economics. The center focuses on enhancing the managerial and leadership capacities within the IU East service region.