Monday, February 11, 2019 - 6:15pm
All of us struggle with how to express ourselves from time to time but this can be even more challenging for LGBTQ individuals, women, and people of color.
Together we’ll look at proven ways to communicate effectively even when others try to marginalize us.
With special guest speaker: GSB Lecturer, J.D. Schramm
About J.D. Schramm:
J.D. Schramm joined the GSB faculty in the fall of 2007 to create and launch communication courses as part of a GSB curriculum revision. He teaches graduate level courses in Strategic Communication, Reputation Management, and Thought Leadership. Each year he teaches an Introductory Seminar to undergraduates on topics ranging from Changing Hearts and Minds, Entrepreneurial Communication, and LGBTQ Leadership Communication. He actively coaches students, alumni, faculty and staff on presentations. His protégés present at TED, Davos, the Aspen Ideas Festival, and other high profile events around the globe, and up and down Sand Hill road.
Please register here if you are interested in attending.
Dinner will be provided!