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2012-2013 Merrimack Valley Leadership Series

October 09, 2012
In an effort to emphasize the importance of leadership in the Merrimack Valley, the College, in collaboration with the Eagle-Tribune, will be bringing five distinguished speakers on leadership to campus throughout the academic year. 

Not only open to faculty, staff and students, but the community as well, this series will provide insight on developing the next generation of leaders, which will be imperative to the future of our economy.

Internationally renowned leadership expert, coach and author John C. Maxwell will be the premier speaker in the series.  Maxwell has published multiple books and has sold over 20 million copies, as well as has trained over five million leaders in 174 countries through his companies EQUIP and The John Maxwell Company.   He has been known to speak at prominent organizations including The United States Military Academy at West Point and the National Football League.

Students, faculty, staff and surrounding community members are invited to listen to Maxwell speak Wednesday, October 31 at 9:30 am at the Rogers Center for the Arts.  Students, faculty and staff can reserve tickets via email at communications@merrimack.edu or by calling the Communications department at 978-837-5156.

Members of the community can purchase tickets for the speaker series through the Eagle Tribune’s box office website. A limited number of spaces are also available for the speaker welcome breakfast. 

Future speakers include Sir Ken Robinson on January 28; Michael Hyatt on April 2Brian Halligan on April 2; and Sally Falkow on April 2.

 

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