Join us on October 6 to hear from the University of Minnesota’s President Kaler and four other bosses about the role of developing thriving talent to create better results and culture not only within the workplace, but also the community overall.
President Kaler is not only one of the biggest bosses in town, he also understands the importance of developing a skilled workforce for an entire region to compete with other global economies.
President Eric Kaler, University of Minnesota
Dr. Joyce Ester, President, Normandale Community College
Vikas Narula, Founder, Keyhubs
Anita Patel, Leadership Programs Director, Bush Foundation
Gayle Smaller, Executive Director, New Lens Urban Mentoring Society
Leaders aren’t always bosses. Bosses aren’t always leaders. Join some of the biggest bosses around and tackle what it takes to inspire others #LIKEABOSS. As with all Pollen gatherings, this will be more than just conversations and opinion sharing. We will break down the barriers that prevent leaders from developing the managerial courage they need to perform at their best.
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Carlson Family Stage
84 Church Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
4:45 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.
Appetizers provided / cash bar
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Where’s the best place to park?
Parking options are listed in order of proximity to Northrop, however, during Northrop dance events, the garages closest to Northrop are typically full with reservations. Check the U of M Tickets and Events website to see if prepaid, reserved parking is available for the event.
We advise you to arrive early as space fills quickly during U of M events. For a consolidated listing of campus events, click here. Please plan accordingly. For all event parking, cash payment at the time of entry is required. Visit Parking and Transportation Services for more information.
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