What can leaders learn from today’s public health concerns and social justice issues? How can they use what they learn to shift their mindsets and perspectives to be better leaders in their organizations, both now and in the years to come?
We invite you to join us for the next virtual panel discussion in the Human Side of Management series, “Shaping the Managerial Mind” on Tuesday, October 20, from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PDT. Our panelists include CGU alumna Carol Geffner (PhD, SES, ’91), Drucker School Professor Jeremy Hunter, Doctor of Public Health candidate Nathan Kamel, and Drucker School alumna Ina Gonzalez Lankenau (MBA, ’08). Drucker School Interim Dean and Clinical Associate Professor Katharina Pick will moderate the discussion. Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions for our panelists when completing registration. Questions will be addressed as time allows.
About our panelists:
Carol J. Geffner is professor of government, management, and policy at the Sol School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. Geffner received her PhD from CGU’s School of Educational Studies and currently serves on the Drucker Industry Advisory Board.
Jeremy Hunter is associate professor of practice at the Drucker School and founding director of the Executive Mind Leadership Institute. His courses––such as The Practice of Self-Management and The Executive Mind––cultivate human capital by developing the positive qualities necessary for sustainable and effective professional action.
Nathan Kamel is a candidate in CGU’s Doctorate of Public Health program at the School of Community and Global Health. Kamel has also taken management courses at Drucker in an effort to develop his management and leadership skills. His future interests include taking a systems-thinking approach to developing strategic and innovative programs to improve the health outcomes for vulnerable and high-risk populations.
Ina Gonzalez Lankenau is vice president of Human Resources at The Franklin Institute, a science center in Philadelphia, where she cultivates talent and creates an enlivened work culture to drive business performance. Prior to the Institute, Ina led the Enterprise Office of Diversity and Inclusion, among her various roles, at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Her work as a senior HR leader focuses on increasing organizational capabilities through a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens.
About the series:
“Management is most and foremost about human beings.” This is more than just a quote from Peter Drucker. It is a deep-rooted belief that informs all that we do at the Drucker School of Management. In the context of today’s social justice and equity issues, our conviction about the value and purpose of all people and the role we each play in contributing to a functioning society has never been more relevant. This conviction was the impetus for the Human Side of Management series, important dialogues that explore the intersection of social equity and Drucker’s timeless principles.