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|The Presidio Dialogues|
|Date||Tuesday January 24|
|Time||7:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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Saybrook Graduate School
747 Front Street, Third Floor
San Francisco, CA
|Event Type||Panel Discussion|
The Feminine and Leadership: Not Just Reserved for Women
This event is co-sponsored by The International Museum of Women.
Some Questions We'll Consider ...
Many agree that leadership is sorely needed in the world today. And most agree that there's already too much of the traditional masculine, intimidating and forceful variety. Whether instilled in men or women, what is needed now is the more systemic, enduring, longer-term, holistic variety -- what we normally think of as the feminine aspect of leadership. In this dialogue, we'll explore how men as well as women can feel comfortable embracing the feminine in leadership, not simply in style, but in context as well.
Paula Goldman, International Museum of Women, Founder and Director of Imagining Ourselves: A Global Generation of Women, a platform for young women to create positive change
Rhoda Nussbaum, MD, Founder of Women Physicians in Leadership for the Permanente Medical Group; former Women's Health Leader, Kaiser Permanente, Northern California; former Assistant-Physician-In-Chief, San Francisco Medical Center
Marilyn Steele, Ph.D., Jungian psychologist; President, Steele Rose Consulting, bringing the transformative feminine to cultural consciousness
Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center
747 Front St. (@ Broadway) 3rd Floor, San Francisco
First opening comments by Conversation Starters, then dialogue with participants; estimated conclusion at 9:30 PM
$20 in advance by registering online; $25 in advance (by email, phone or check); $30 at the door.