AFLSE DC Chapter March Newsletter; Two Speakers Events; Happy Hour

 

 

March 21st: Secrets of the Superbosses: A Q&A and Book Signing with Sydney Finkelstein
 
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.
 
Monday, March 21st, 2016
6:00 - 8:30
Hogan Lovells
555 13th St., NW
Washington, DC 20004
 
This event is free for AFLSE members and $15 for non-members. An advanced RSVP is required – please click here for tickets/RSVP.
 
March 31st: Monthly Happy Hour
 
LSE alumni, recent grads, future students, and friends are all welcome to the Washington Chapter's monthly happy hour.    
                                 
Thursday March 31st
6:00 until 9:00pm
Science Club
1136 19th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
 
We have space reserved - look for LSE signs. No need to RSVP.
 
April 12th: The Death of Greatness? Britain’s Role in the 21st Century World Order: Discussion with Dr. James Strong
 
Join us for an evening with Dr. James Strong, Fellow in Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations at the LSE, as we discuss a variety of topics including international security, being a nuclear power and the prospect of withdrawal from the EU. Stay after for wine/cheese and networking with fellow alumni.
 
Dr. James Strong completed his PhD in 2012 then he joined the faculty in the LSE International Relations Department. His research interests range from international relations to the domestic influences on foreign policy. His published work has been seen in International Affairs and the British Politics Review among other publications and he has spoken at conferences on topics from political communications to the failure to legitimize the Iraq War.
 
JM Zell Partners, Ltd.,
2900 K Street, NW, Suite 525,
Washington, DC
 
Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
6:00 – 8:00pm
 
Free to AFLSE Members; $10 for non-members. An advanced RSVP is required. Please click here to RSVP/buy tickets.


Washington, DC: Global Leadership Awards Gala
Wednesday, 03/9/16 at 7:30pm
Vital Voices extends an invitation to LSE alumni and friends to the Global Leadership Awards Gala.

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Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library Retelling of The Merchant of Venice
Monday, 03/14/16 at 7:30pm
LSE alumni in DC are invited to attend the Folger Shakespeare Library's March 14th reading with Howard Jacobson for his retelling of The Merchant of Venice.

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AFLSE Washington, DC: Book Signing with Q&A and Networking Reception
Monday, 03/21/16 at 6:00pm
We are pleased to invite you to "Secrets of the Superbosses: A Q&A and Book Signing with Sydney Finkelstein"

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AFLSE Washington, DC: Monthly Happy Hour
Thursday, 03/31/16 at 3:00pm
This event has been cancelled. Please check back for future DC chapter Happy Hour networking mixers.

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AFLSE Washington, DC: “The Death of Greatness? Britain’s Role in the 21st Century World Order”
Tuesday, 04/12/16 at 3:00pm
An evening discussion with Dr. James Strong, LSE Fellow in Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations. All LSE alumni and friends are all welcome to this informal event.

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