Live2Lead Series with Carly Fiorina | Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 4-6pm | Johnson 221



The Leadership Academy is hosting a three-part Live2Lead series. You will have the opportunity to watch inspirational leadership talks from some of the most prominent leadership experts in our society, as captured from the annual John Maxwell Company Live2Lead Conference. Engineering industry leaders will also be present to unpack some of the leadership principles from these talks, with time for discussion and application.

Danny Dig, OSU computer science professor and an Executive Director of The John Maxwell Team, will facilitate Live2Lead, along with OSU engineering industry partners. He is certified to speak, facilitate, train, and coach individuals and groups in these areas. Dr. Dig has been trained and mentored by John Maxwell himself, and as a computer scientist, is not only interested in how humans can communicate with computers, but also helping humans to master their interactions with one another. 

Sue Galatz, OSU chemical engineering alum and former Business Director of NikeID, will also share her experiences as a woman in leadership.

This is a three-part series. Attending all three of these sessions is not required, but we do highly encourage it!

Session description: Carly Fiorina will share the road she took from starting out as a secretary for a small real-estate business to becoming the first woman ever to lead a Fortune 500 company. Carly had to make several shifts in her own leadership, and in doing so, was able to re-focus a company on innovation and market leadership again. Under Carly's leadership, revenues grew, innovation tripled, growth quadrupled, and HP grew to become the 11th largest company in the U.S. Now, after a career with HP and a candidacy for President of the United States, Carly has shifted her focus to giving back. As Chairman of Good360, Chairman of Opportunity International and Founder of the One Woman Initiative in partnership with Condoleeza Rice, Carly will share with the audience her experiences and know-how to demonstrate how everyone has the ability to reach their full potential - you don't need to have a title or work for a well-known organization to make a difference.


Not a member? Submit your application today!

(All OSU engineering students in good academic standing are eligible to apply)