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Leadership Lectures con Tostada: Rosabeth Moss Kanter

The Leadership Lectures feature world-class, accomplished and influential leaders with expertise ranging from business and philanthropy to public service and academic research. Through the Lectures, we hope to inspire thought-provoking dialogue within the community by providing access to the expertise, advice and best practices of some of the world’s foremost leadership minds. As such, the attendance to the lectures are free and open to the public. 

When ideas collide, innovation happens. Tostada Tuesdays, organized by the FIU Office of Engagement, bring people together from different fields and organizations - through the magic of delicious and uniquely Miami combo of tostada and cafecito - to spark collaboration and inspiration.

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Lecture

  • About the lecture

    How to become a power broker poised to tackle the biggest problems of our time

    Throughout her pathbreaking career, Rosabeth Moss Kanter has time and again radically moved the arc of our thinking about leadership, change, and innovation. Drawing on her revolutionary work at the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative, she develops a new paradigm for taking on daunting problems such as climate change, social divisiveness, and economic insecurity. “Thinking outside the building” is the leadership skill of the future—and absolutely necessary for breaking through blockages thwarting solutions that can shake up the status quo.

    Kanter provides extraordinary accounts of successes and near-stumbles of advanced leaders, A former Trader Joe’s executive, for example, navigated across business, government, and community sectors to deal with poor nutrition in inner cities. A Washington couple developed an ingenious global pathway for refugees to enter the job market. A visionary journalist-turned-entrepreneur closed social divides by giving fifty million social media users access to free local education and culture.

    Advanced leadership is an emerging worldview of taking direct positive action without anyone asking you to do it. And this ambitious book aims not only to change the way we look at our careers, lives, and leadership potential, but mobilize an “army for change” equipped to tackle the world’s most pressing problems.

  • Date
    Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Presenter

  • Rosabeth Moss Kanter
    Rosabeth Moss Kanter co-founded and, until recently, directed the Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative to help people at the top of their fields apply their skills to national and global challenges and build a new leadership force for the world. Dr. Kanter is the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor at Harvard Business School. Her many influential books include Men and Women of the CorporationConfidence: How Winning and Losing Streaks Begin and End, The Change Masters, and Move: Putting America’s Infrastructure Back in the Lead.

The Leadership Lectures are presented with the generous support of Amerant Bank.

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A special thanks to the FIU Office of Engagement and Pinecrest Bakery for their support and collaboration on this special event.

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