Provocative business topics, an outstanding line-up of speakers, and a new location are among the highlights of this fall’s Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference.
This year’s conference theme is “Leading in Complex, Uncertain, and Ambiguous Times.” The two-day event, Oct. 2-3 in Stamford, Conn., is Connecticut’s only conference where successful managers learn directly from seasoned top executives.Continue Reading
A tidal wave of change is bearing down on business, and many of the traditional leadership structures that have worked so well in the past are breaking down.
Yet after interviewing business icons, U.S. Presidents, the Pope, and many other powerful leaders, Alan Murray, the first speaker at the Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference, offered some guidelines for surviving and thriving in this rapidly and profoundly changing business climate. Continue Reading
“Agile Leadership: Staying Ahead of the Game” is the theme of the conference from April 17-18 at Mohegan Sun Convention Center in Uncasville, Conn. The event is hosted by Auriemma, the UConn women’s basketball head coach, who has led his team to 11 NCAA Division One national championships. Continue Reading
Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference Offers Plethora of Advice for Rising Executives
Transition is one of the most challenging aspects of leadership, but the ability to take charge in times of company turmoil or personal upheaval is the mark of a great leader.
That was the message that some of the world’s top executives, from a vast variety of industries, shared at the third Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference in October at Mohegan Sun. Continue Reading
The Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference, one of Connecticut’s premiere events for top executives and emerging business leaders, has announced some of its key speakers for the October 2016 event. They include: Lisa Borders, incoming president of the Women’s Basketball Association; John Ciulla, president of Webster Bank and Webster Financial; Wendy Kahn, the CEO of the Valentino fashion house, and Steven Raab, president of SNY.