February 18, 2020
2020 K-State Leadership Seminar to Feature Coach Klieman and Others
Conflict and change are all around us. The forces of conflict and change can sound scary or threatening, but we have an opportunity to turn those factors into constructive forces for our benefit.
The 2020 K-State Leadership Seminar on March 18, 2020 at the K-State Student Union will focus on “Conflict without Casualties: Leading through Change.” Keynote speaker Sandy Gieber is co-owner of Next-Element, a Kansas-based international consulting firm. A native of Brazil, Sandy is a certified Leading Out of Drama® master trainer, PCM trainer and certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Other speakers include K-State Dean of Libraries Lori Goetsch, Tim Shaffer of the Institute for Civic Discourse and Democracy/Communication Studies; David Thompson, Family Studies and Human Services; Debra Bolton, Director of Intercultural Learning; Provost Emeritus Jim Coffman; Head Football Coach Chris Klieman and more.
Many thanks to Wade Weber and others on the planning committee. For more information, see www.k-state.edu/leadershipseminar.