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Living The Learning: It’s About The Men Stupid! :)

July 6, 2015  

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Lifelong learning is no stranger to Sandi Klein.  Sandi Klein is committed to exploring creativity & women leaders. This is NOT a new passion for her because she has lived it. She IS one of those creative women leaders that she talks about! Her interviews are thoughtful learning journeys speaking leader-to-leader about our collective lessons learned. She does not provide her questions ahead of time and does her interviews virtually. Simply put, she keeps it “real.”  I’ve experienced her “reality” first hand in our recent interview. Together we lived the learning. In our interview one of the interesting issues that we explored is that some of the most passionate leaders I’ve met, who are committed to the women leaders in their firms, are men. I am honored to be able to think out loud with her in this week’s learning journey. She taught me a lot & I’m the college professor!  :)

So join us and learn with me. Hear how my 20+ yrs of business & management experience took me from government to private sector on Tuesday July 7th at 10am on

The interview will go live on Tuesday, 7/7 at 10:00am on: The interview will also stream on Sunday, 7/12 at 8:30am on: Subsequently it will be available on iTunes.  #empoweringwomen #womeninlaw

Leadership: The Daring Dialogue – Building An America That Is Asking & Telling

February 28, 2013  

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Spend an evening thinking with Marc Wolf & I on April 3rd at the 2013 Leadership Summit for Teachers College at Columbia University (  We will explore the power of inclusive, authentic leadership using a living case study of gays in the military based on Marc’s film, Don’t Ask. Don’t Tell.  Please join us for:  Leadership: The Daring Dialogue – Building An America That Is Asking And Telling.



Got Diversity Awards? Get SERIOUS!

Organizations in pursuit of diversity excellence frequently focus on best practices as their goal. This approach builds award-winning firms where best practices are the measure of success, and THAT is the problem! Best practices are not the destination. They are simply stops along the journey. Inclusion is the destination. Simply put, “Got Inclusion?”  My article in the July issue of HR West Magazine helps to answer that question!

The 10 Biggest Mistakes In Diversity Management
HR West, July 2012

Business Case Studies On Line: Educators “Thinking Differently”

Ted Bongiovanni, NYU’s Director of Distance Learning, and I will be presenting at the Emerging Learning Design 2012 Conference on June 1 at Montclair University. This conference is focused on “innovative practices for digital teaching & learning.” Our session will explore the exciting opportunities created by the online classroom for teaching business school case studies. We will be ‘thinking differently’ in our onsite presentation about “THINKING WICKED DIFFERENTLY” on line as educators!

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