Special Encore Presentation: Contemplation in Action and Other Timeless Leadership Principles from the Jesuit Tradition with Father Kevin O'Brien

September 14, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty

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Contemplation in Action. Men and Women for Others. Educating the Whole Person. Community in Diversity. Cura Personalis, or Care of the Person. These universal values are some of those at the heart of Georgetown University’s Jesuit tradition and continue to guide Georgetown’s future. Join Host Kate Ebner and Father Kevin O’Brien for a conversation about how Jesuit values can be essential guideposts for leadership today. They will explore the leadership principles that have guided the Jesuits for almost 500 years – and how they can make each of us a dynamic and effective leader in the 21st century.

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