Speaker Series

March 8, 2017

Mike Langellier, president and CEO, TechPoint

Mike Langellier

The state of tech in Indiana and cultivating talent

Entrepreneur and software executive Mike Langellier spoke on the state of tech in Indiana and how to cultivate young talent. He shared tools that he adapted from Salesforce in order to increase team alignment and execution, Vision, Values, Methods, Obstacles and Measures, or V2MOM.

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December 13, 2016

Chris J. Foley, assistant vice president and director of Online Education at Indiana University

Chris Foley

Useful Leadership: Leading Organizational and Technological Change from the Functional Perspective

Clichéd though it is, the necessity to accept and embrace change is fundamental to success. The challenge for leaders today is no longer whether to change but rather deciding what sort of change is best. Moreover, the need to lead and assess change holistically and not as a series of independent successes is essential to accomplishing transformative change. Dr. Foley explored a form of leadership that looks at leading change through a holistic approach and focuses on useful outcomes for stakeholders and clients that pursue a “big win” for an organization.

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May 9, 2016

Jim Sherman Ph.D.,  Coginitive Science Program, IU College of Arts and Sciences

Jim Sherman

What can research about counterfactual thinking ("---- if only") teach us about leadership?​ 

Dr. Sherman’s research focuses heavily on judgment and decision-making. Learn more >>

September 29, 2015

Tony Reilly, Ph.D.

Tony Reilly

Emotional Intelligence: the heart of leadership

Reilly joins individuals and teams to support them in continuing to be the best they can be in their chosen careers and vocations. His professional mission is to create safe and competent environments where individuals, teams and organizations heal their wounds from the past, and continue to create effective an fulfilling places to work. Tony brings his years of experience to bear in programs he conducts, combining practical theory with application. His bias is that individuals learn best by being actively involved in their own learning.

February 8, 2015

Timothy Baldwin

Timothy Baldwin

Building Winning Cultures

This was our first event in the ITLC Leadership Speaker Series. Timothy Baldwin, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at IU’s Kelley School of Business and author of “Developing Management Skills: What Great Managers Know and Do,” will share what it takes to build winning cultures. 

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