Experiential / Reality-based Learning / September 12, 2006

Dialogue with New York Times Bestselling Author Dr. Mark Albion


Tuesday, September 12th, 12:30-2:00p.m. 
1505 VMH 
Sponsored by Net Impact (Smith MBA Club)

Join Net Impact in welcoming New York Times bestselling author Dr. Mark Albion for a dialogue on successful leaders and socially responsible businesses. Dr. Albion also will speak to his latest book, "True to Yourself: Leading a Values-Based Business," which has been lauded by the likes of Fast Company . The event will be held Tuesday, September 12, 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. in Van Munching Hall Room 1505.

Dr. Mark Albion is "dedicated to helping our next generation of business leaders." He spent nearly 20 years as a professor of marketing at Harvard Business School and is the co-founder of seven organizations including the organizational precursor to Net Impact. His 2000 book, Making a Life, Making a Living, was aNew York Times best seller.

Dr. Albion's most recent book, True to Yourself: Leading a Values-Based Business, looks at the successes and mistakes of 75 of our most successful leaders to find out how to build a business that reflects your values.

Allen M. Webber, co-founder and editor of Fast Company says this book is A perfect blend of inspiration and instruction, a must read manual for anyone who aspires to a position of leadership.

Net Impact Web Site: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/organizations/net-impact.

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