Preparing Leaders and the Workforce for the New Economy
The new economy is stakeholder-focused and purpose-driven. How is education transforming the new economy and preparing our new leaders? As we are experiencing a shift in how we work, data shows that purpose and conscious leadership matter as much as the salary and benefits package. Join us on June 15 8:30-10:00 AM for a discussion about shaping our next generation of workers and leaders, and introducing purposeful work and conscious leadership practices for those already in the workforce.
June 15, 2021 (8:30 - 10:00 AM EST)
This virtual meeting will be held on Zoom (link will be shared upon registration and in event reminders).
Joe Laranjeiro is an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers University creating and teaching courses on purposeful work and living. He is also a Partner at the Conscious Business Institute and Board Member with the New York City chapter of Conscious Capitalism.
Amy Jaffe is the Senior Associate Director of the Center for Purposeful Work at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. As the leader of the Exploration Team there, Amy integrates a holistic approach that emphasizes self-awareness, reflection, and exploration into the students’ discovery of meaningful career paths.
Jan Kearce works as a Senior Leader at Maine Development. Her professional focus is on building facilitative, informed leadership capacity across organizations to meet Maine’s challenges and fulfill human potential.
Dr. Jeremy Pare is a Professor of Management, Law and Policy at Thomas College. He teaches courses in sustainable management, environmental risk, and ethical leadership and has a research focus on teams and collaborative work environments.
Kathleen Doan has worked at Southern Maine Community College for the better part of 30 years. She has worked in many areas - Financial Aid, Admissions, Advising, and currently serves as the Associate Dean of Student Success.
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