Attending the Wharton Leadership Conference is always the highlight of my year. I’ve attended the past 8 conferences and have been inspired by speakers ranging from CEOs of our nation’s largest companies, management gurus, and heroes from newspaper headlines such as the Chilean mine rescue. I always come away with terrific ideas, renewed energy, and the inspiration to make positive changes in our organization’s approach to leadership development.
Philip S. Kozlowski
Senior Vice President, Human Resources, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Leadership Conference 2013
“The READINESS IS ALL”: RISING UP TO LEADERSHIP
Wharton Annual Leadership Conference on June 19, 2013
How should individuals and organizations prepare for the predictable challenges that lie ahead—but also for the unforeseeable? Both current and aspiring leaders can ready themselves for many of the moments that are sure to test their mettle in the future, and how best to do so is one of the questions that this annual conference explores. At the same time, leaders need to ready themselves for the many unanticipated challenges that are also sure to mark the future, and this conference examines how best to achieve that as well.
The annual Wharton Leadership Conference is one of the gatherings most popular with, and most beneficial for, corporate leaders, according to Weber Shandwick’s 2011 (fifth annual) ranking of Five-Star Executive Conferences. An article by Forbes.com writer Matthew Kirdahy on the report notes that the Wharton Leadership Conference is second only to the Fortune Innovation/iMeme conference in the number of C-level speaker participants. And in a another study by Burson-Marsteller, the conference was named as one of the "Most Valued Podiums" for CEOs and senior executives.
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