Join us as we welcome Deloitte's Lawrence Blank-Cook to discuss the value of appreciating diversity in the workplace. Tickets include admission and a full-course lunch.
Business has believed its sole responsibility is to maximize profit for shareholders. But, in the analytically rigorous and practical book "Completing Capatlism: Healing Business to Heal the World," Bruno Roche and Jay Jakub offer a more complete form of capitalism that delivers superior financial performance precisely because it mobilizes and generates human, social, and natural capital along with financial capital. We are excited to welcome Jay to Nashville for a forum on the mutuality of profits on February 1, 2018.
Join us as we welcome Belmont University's Dr. Jeff Cornwall for a lesson on "The Virtue of Temperance in Entrepreneurship: Is Work/Life Balance Possible?". Tickets include admission and a full-course lunch.
Join the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work and Christ Presbyterian Church Senior Pastor and Author Scott Sauls for a discussion and Q&A on his book "From Weakness to Strength: 8 Vulnerabilities That Can Bring Out the Best in Your Leadership" on April 18, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Adele's. Tickets include admission and a full-course lunch.
Join the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work and ProviderTrust's Chris Redhage for a case study on corporate culture.
Boomers, Millennials, Traditionalists, Gen Xers and Generation Edgers—why can't we just all get along in the workplace? Come learn from "generation junkie" Phil Gwoke about the various generational trends in the workplace and how we can leverage our differences for more fruitful and fulfilling work together.
Join the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work and Lipscomb University associate professor Phyllis Hildreth for a case study on conflict management.
Join the Nashville Institute for Faith and Work and Provident Leadership CEO Executive Coach Ken Edwards for a case study on leading an organization with hands wide open.