AFLSE Washington, DC: Book Signing with Q&A and Networking Reception
We are pleased to invite you to "Secrets of the Superbosses: A Q&A and Book Signing with Sydney Finkelstein"
Monday, March 21st, 2016
6:00 - 6:30: Registration
6:30 - 7:30: Interview and audience Q&A
7:30 - 8:30: Book signing and networking reception with bar service and light appetizers
Hosted by Elizabeth Halpern (MSc Public Policy, '98)
555 13th St., NW
Washington, DC 20004
Hogan Lovells Litigation Center, Concourse Level
This event is free for AFLSE members and $15 for non-members.
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Almost all of us have had a bad boss. But some bosses stand out as exceptional -- not just for what they know, but how they nurture new leaders.
Over the last 10 years -- and more than 200 interviews -- Sydney Finkelstein has learned several secrets about leadership.
Those insights are shared in his new book, Superbosses -- a term used to reference leaders who transform entire industries and create new cohorts of leaders.
Finkelstein -- an LSE alum and the Steven Roth Professor of Management at Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business -- will share these insights with the AFLSE DC chapter.
He will also sign copies of his new book at a networking reception following an interview and audience Q&A.
About the Speaker
Sydney Finkelstein is the author of Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent. He holds the Steven Roth Professor of Management Chair at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, where he teaches courses on Leadership and Strategy and is the Faculty Director of the flagship Tuck Executive Program.
Finkelstein has published 19 books including Why Smart Executives Fail, which was a #1 bestseller in the US and Japan. He is a three-time nominee for the Academy of Management’s Terry Book Award, the most prestigious such honor in the field. Finkelstein has also published more than 80 articles for outlets including the BBC and the Harvard Business Review.
Finkelstein earned his Bachelor's degree in Business from Concordia University; his MSc in Economics from The London School of Economics and Political Science; and his Ph.D in Strategy and Leadership from Columbia Business School at Columbia University.
About the Interviewer
Lauren Maffeo oversees content strategy at Aha! roadmap software - one of America’s fastest growing SaaS companies based in Menlo Park, California. She authored the brand's first editorial guidelines; grew thought leadership to #1 in Management & Culture on LinkedIn in 2015; directed the brand’s first launch on Product Hunt; and initiated editorial partnerships including VentureBeat and General Assembly.
Lauren previously worked as a contributing writer for some of the Web’s most well-read news sites, including The Guardian, The Next Web, Mic, and more. Her writing has been cited by The Atlantic, Huffington Post, and the textbook, “Digital Innovations for Mass Communications: Engaging the User.” She is also a member of the Digital Marketing Show’s Power 100 for thought leadership in digital media.
Lauren earned her BA in Media Studies from The Catholic University of America, where she was a CUA Oxford Honors Scholar at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford. She went on to earn her MSc in Gender, Media and Culture from The London School of Economics and Political Science. In her spare time, she serves as Co-Chair of the AFLSE DC Chapter; on the AFLSE Board of Directors; and as a committee member on the LSE Alumni Association Communications Subcommittee.
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