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|Sustaining Success in Life, Work and Organizations|
|Date||Tuesday March 28|
|Time||7:00 PM - 11:00 PM|
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Saybrook Graduate School
747 Front Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Some Questions We'll Consider ...
What distinguishes those people who sustain success from those who are unable to do so? Why do some people get caught up in failure while others are empowered by falling short of lofty goals? Two of the co-authors of a forthcoming book on this subject will be among the Conversation Starters for this inquiry.
Stewart Emery, co-author of Success Built to Last; considered one of the fathers of the Human Potential Movement; first CEO of est, co-founder of Actualizations; best-selling author of You Don’t Have to Rehearse to be Yourself and The Owner’s Manual For Your Life
Debbe Kennedy, founder, Global Dialogue Center and Leadership Solutions Companies, award-winning consultancy since 1990; distinguished leadership career with IBM Corporation; author of "Action Dialogues: Meaningful Conversations to Accelerate Change" and numerous books, including Breakthrough!
Mark Thompson, co-author of Success Built to Last; experienced senior executive, board member, management coach, entrepreneur and investor for some of the largest and fastest growing companies; Chairman, Executive Powertools and author/producer of more than 20 audiobooks
Registration 7:00 PM
Meeting Begins 7:15 PM
Location Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center
747 Front St. (@ Broadway) 3rd Floor, San Francisco
Schedule First opening comments by Conversation Starters, then dialogue with participants; estimated conclusion at 9:30 PM
Admission $20 in advance by registering online; $25 in advance (by email, phone or check); $30 at the door.
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